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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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    Philippines caught in the line of fire

    Philippines caught in the line of fire

    The Filipino people are paying a heavy price for regional tensions between China and the US, Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos Jr tells Gideon. He explains how he hopes to steer clear of conflict, build up the economy and focus on mitigating the economic damage caused by climate change.
    Clips: Inquirer.net
    More on this topic:
    Ferdinand Marcos Jr says Taiwan tensions ‘very, very worrisome’ for Philippines
    US military deepens ties with Japan and Philippines to prepare for China threat
    China and Philippines vow to handle maritime tensions with ‘friendly consultations’
    US vice-president visits Philippine island off contested South China Sea
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    • 28 min
    The global battle against impunity

    The global battle against impunity

    The war in Ukraine has had dire consequences for millions of people beyond Europe. Gideon talks to David Miliband, IRC president, about why Putin's challenge to the world order must not go unpunished.
    Clips: CNN
    More on this topic:
    Geopolitics threatens to destroy the world Davos made
    War in Tigray may have killed 600,000 people, peace mediator says
    How the law finally caught up with notorious human trafficker Kidane
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    • 26 min
    America’s hard right

    America’s hard right

    A small group of Republican party zealots, backed by former president Donald Trump, have forced their way into a position of power in the US Congress. Gideon talks to Jacob Heilbrunn, editor of the National Interest magazine in Washington and senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, about what they are seeking to achieve and whether they will end up playing into the hands of President Joe Biden if he seeks re-election.
    Clips: ABC, CNN
     
    More on this topic:
    Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces tough first week seeking to unify Republicans
    Joe Biden’s claim to presidential greatness
    The debt ceiling is scarier this time
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    Presented by Gideon Rachman. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Breen Turner
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    • 23 min
    What next for Putin’s Russia?

    What next for Putin’s Russia?

    How has Russia changed since Putin embarked on his Ukraine war nearly a year ago? Gideon talks to Angela Stent of Georgetown University about the origins of Russia’s imperialist ambitions, its rupture with Europe and reliance on revived alliances with the global south.
    Clips: @Rumoaohepta7; Channel 4 News
     
    More on this topic: 
    ‘Untrainable’: Russian army faces backlash over conscripts’ death in Ukraine attack
    Turning the tide in Russia’s war on Ukraine
    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in maps — latest updates
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    Presented by Gideon Rachman. Produced by Fiona Symon. Sound design is by Jake Fielding
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    • 24 min
    2022 Year In Review

    2022 Year In Review

    Gideon Rachman is joined by a panel of colleagues: FT editor Roula Khalaf, Moscow correspondent Max Seddon and US editor Edward Luce. This year was defined by Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Will 2023 be any different? Meanwhile, in China, Xi Jinping was confirmed for a third term as the country's leader, with many believing he's now set to rule for life. 
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    • 29 min
    Qatar’s soft power play

    Qatar’s soft power play

    Qatar’s decision to host the World Cup was mired in controversy from the start but ultimately seems to have paid off, bringing the tiny Gulf emirate new friends and winning over old enemies. Gideon talks to Simeon Kerr, the FT’s Gulf correspondent, about what motivates the emirate to seek to deploy its vast wealth for political ends.
    Clips: Qatar Airways; France 24
     
    More on this topic:
    Qatar wooed EU lawmakers ahead of football World Cup
    How the unlikeliest World Cup ever came to be
    Qatar faces the harsh glare of World Cup publicity
    Qatar World Cup provides rare source of unity to Arab states
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    • 26 min

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