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Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

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713 30 Jul 2014
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Regular check-ins and live interviews from the US and all across the Americas add to the mix of guests and analysis from our studios in London.

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712 29 Jul 2014
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A look at what sanctions against Russia might achieve, we ask whether civilian planes should be flying over warzones, preview the US secretary of state’s upcoming visit to India, and hear from the author of the 2014 UN Human Development Report, Khalid Malik.

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711 28 Jul 2014
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Imtiaz Tyab of Al Jazeera English joins the show from Gaza City and Ben Hartman reports on the state of the peace movement in Israel. We also hear from The New York Times editorial board member Vikas Bajaj about the newspaper’s view on cannabis, and author Elizabeth Pisani discusses why Joko Widodo might be sourcing his cabinet through the internet.

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710 25 Jul 2014
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As the Gaza crisis spreads to the West Bank, we discuss chances of a ceasefire with Dr Atef Alshaer and Dimi Reider. Plus, Mustafa Akyol looks at what Israel can learn from Turkey when it comes to fighting “terrorism”, and we review the day’s Asian newspapers with Dr Lee Jones, and hear about the best way to spend a Friday evening in Athens.

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709 24 Jul 2014
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A look at the attempts made by John Kerry to bring peace to the Middle East, Robert Wright of the FT discusses the recently troubled history of General Motors, and Girish Gupta examines why Venezuela is putting one of its most prominent opposition leaders on trial.

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708 23 Jul 2014
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What can the world expect from Indonesia’s new president? We also ask is Europe shying away from enforcing tough sanctions on Russia, and look to Toronto to hear what its citizens think of a new streetcar system. Plus, we listen in to how ABC radio’s new Aboriginal services will sound.

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707 22 Jul 2014
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As a rocket lands close to Ben Gurion airport in Israel, Ben Hartman of The Jerusalem Post discusses what it might mean for the ongoing conflict. We also look at EU foreign ministers’ response to Russia regarding MH17, and on a lighter note – we examine The New Yorker’s redesign and paywall plan with the former editor of the IHT, Mort Rosenblum.

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706 21 Jul 2014
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Find out how Russia views the MH17 tragedy through the eyes of professor Nina L Khrushcheva. You can also discover how the US is reporting the crisis in Gaza and what Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins hopes to contribute to open-source journalism. Plus: Raffaello Pantucci of Rusi reviews the Asian front pages and the new executive director of Architecture for Humanity discusses a fresh direction of the company.

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705 18 Jul 2014
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We explore the MH17 tragedy in three cities: Melbourne, Amsterdam, and Kuala Lumpur. Plus, a review the Asian newspapers with Heidi Wang and we get recommendations for a Friday night out in Montréal.

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704 17 Jul 2014
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We get the latest on Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 downed in Ukraine, discuss Israel's ground offensive in Gaza, talk with the writer of the new play about London’s first Chinatown – The Last Days of Limehouse, review the Asian newspapers with John Everard, and enjoy a digital detox in Malibu and Südtirol.

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703 16 Jul 2014
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We discuss the prospects of a Time Warner acquisition by Rupert Murdoch, look at Evo Morales’s political future, review the Asian newspapers with John Hemmings, and enjoy blueberries from Toronto.

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702 15 Jul 2014
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The view from two journalists reporting on the conflict in Gaza, we head to Texas to discuss the detention of an American immigration activist, review the Asian newspapers with Jim Hoare, and find out why the Devil is getting a bad deal.

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