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Gideon Rachman, the Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist talks to the decision-makers and thinkers who are shaping world affairs.
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Gideon Rachman, the Financial Times chief foreign affairs columnist talks to the decision-makers and thinkers who are shaping world affairs.
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    Iran raises the stakes with attack on Israel

    Iran raises the stakes with attack on Israel

    Gideon discusses Iran’s attack on Israel with Emile Hokayem, senior fellow for Middle East security at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. What will the leaders of Israel and Iran be thinking about as they ponder their next move? And where does this leave the prospects for a ceasefire and hostage release in Gaza? Clip: ABC News
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    Ukraine’s air defence struggle highlights risks to Israel
    US and EU prepare fresh sanctions against Iran after Israel attack
    The Biden dilemma on Israel
    Military briefing: Israel’s options to strike Iran
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    Presented by Gideon Rachman. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Breen Turner.
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    How do you define a war crime?

    How do you define a war crime?

    Gideon discusses the history of international humanitarian law since the first world war with Boyd van Dijk, a historian at Oxford university and author of a recent book, Preparing for War - The Making of the Geneva Conventions. They discuss current efforts to prevent war crimes and hold leaders engaged in conflict to account. Clip: The Fog of War, RadicalMedia and SenArt Films, distributed by Sony Pictures Classics, 2003
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    Russia ‘prepared’ for nuclear war, warns Vladimir Putin
    Israel grapples with ‘Eichmann’ dilemma over Hamas attack trials
    Mexico and Chile ask ICC to investigate Israel-Hamas conflict
    S Africa accuses Israel of breaking international laws on genocide in Gaza
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    Presented by Gideon Rachman. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Breen Turner
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    Is Japan at a turning point?

    Is Japan at a turning point?

    Japan has been celebrating the end of a near 20-year deflationary cycle. But the country’s shrinking population remains a serious cause for concern. Gideon talks to the FT’s Kana Inagaki and Leo Lewis about whether the new mood of optimism about Japan is justified. Clip: BBC
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    Why good news for Japan may be bad news for hedge funds
    Japan relaxes defence export rules to allow sales of new fighter jet
    US and Japan plan biggest upgrade to security pact in over 60 years
    Marriage holds key to Japan’s falling births
    The professor vs the PM: a political funding probe shakes Japan’s government
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    Presented by Gideon Rachman. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Simon Panayi.
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    • 26分
    Is Europe battle-ready?

    Is Europe battle-ready?

    Gideon talks to Bastian Giegerich, chief executive of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, about the state of Europe's defences. The scramble to come to the aid of Ukraine and doubts about future US willingness to contribute have exposed significant vulnerabilities. How quickly can Europe’s armed forces be upgraded to meet the Russian threat? Clips: CBS News; France 24; Daily Telegraph
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    Europe’s leaders have woken up to hard power
    EU looks to bypass treaty ban on buying arms to support Ukraine
    Wars in Ukraine and Middle East boost orders at German defence supplier
    Defence CEO calls for European version of Israel’s Iron Dome
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    Presented by Gideon Rachman. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Breen Turner
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    • 23分
    Malcolm Turnbull on US and Australian politics

    Malcolm Turnbull on US and Australian politics

    Gideon talks to former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull about the prospect of a second Trump presidency. They discuss why Rupert Murdoch’s ‘anger-tainment’ industry has done less harm to Australia’s democracy than it has in the US, and why the recent referendum on Aboriginal rights in Australia failed.
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    China urges Australian caution on ‘third-party’ disruption of relationship
    Donald Trump’s betrayal of Ukraine
    Democracy dies in Trumpian boredom
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    Is there a way out of Haiti’s nightmare?

    Is there a way out of Haiti’s nightmare?

    Henry Mance discusses the breakdown of the rule of law in Haiti with Robert Fatton, professor of government and foreign affairs in the Department of Politics at the University of Virginia. How has the past influenced recent events and is there a way out of the nightmare? Clips: The Times and The Sunday Times; AP
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    The gangster named ‘Barbecue’ who controls Haiti’s violent slums
    Haiti prime minister to quit as gang violence rocks country
    Haiti declares state of emergency after mass jailbreak
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    Presented by Henry Mance. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Breen Turner.
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