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Politicians and experts debate Hong Kong's economic, political and international future
South Africa's major issues debated with a public audience in Johannesburg.
Politicians and thinkers join Jonny Dymond to discuss the future of Lebanon.
Moscow and the Future
The future of Russia discussed 100 years after the Russian Revolution of 1917
Jonathan Dimbleby and a panel of politicians and thinkers are at Nairobi University.
With an election looming a Mexican panel discuss the country's political future
The future of Spain and the prospect of Catalonia breaking away is debated by a panel
Can the landslide victory for the Left Alliance deliver political stability and peace?
Jonathan Dimbleby and a panel of politicians and thinkers discuss Serbia's future
Tough questions on US military aid and whether women should still cook for men
Politicians and commentators answer questions on the future of the Czech Republic
World Questions is in Seoul to debate the future of Korea and the prospects for peace.
World Questions is in Harare just weeks before the country goes to the polls.
Jonathan Dimbleby highlights some of World Questions' key moments.
What do Danes have to say about world events and their country's future?
A debate on Austria’s political future
Pollution, jobs, #metoo and the world’s tallest statue debated with a Delhi audience
Elections, racism, the environment and crime debated with a Brazilian audience
The cannabis industry, reparations for slavery, crime - the big issues debated in Jamaica
A debate about the future of Armenia, recorded with a live audience
BBC World Questions is in London to discuss Brexit and Britain’s place in the world.
What should the EU do next? A Brussels panel and audience debate the future after Brexit
A debate about the future of Ethiopia, recorded in front of a public audience
Carbon neutrality, happiness and depression were what Finns were keen to discuss
What’s the world talking about?
Anu Anand and a panel from around the world discuss the big political trends of the year
Hunting elephants and the legalisation of homosexuality: a vibrant debate in Botswana
Japan's issues with immigration and an ageing society. A Tokyo audience debates
World Questions is in Houston for a Texan view of some of the issues convulsing the US.
World Questions is in Bucharest to discuss the issues that matter to Romanian people
Manuela Saragosa hosts World Questions in Lisbon to discuss what matters to Portugal.