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EXTINCTION OR PROGRESS? VISIONS OF THE FUTURE
Hungary: the bad boy of Europe?
Brexit & Trump: A press conference
What should happen to Shamima Begum?
Challenging ideas: One film at a time
China’s Urban Revolution
Don’t Shout at the Telly: Gaza, Israel, ISIS & Ukraine
Views on the streets: Why have young Brits joined ISIS killers?
Views on the streets: Has Israel been portrayed as uniquely evil?
It Should Be News: Anti-Semitism
Young Americans UK News Review
African-Americans & Guns: An Illustrated lecture
Tolerance after Manchester & London: The Wide Angle
Brazil: The other ball game
Terror Attacks: A Citizen’s Response
The View on the Streets: Ukraine
Open Borders: Rania’s story
Open Borders: Vivita’s story
Open Borders: Tiku’s story
The Wide Angle: Comedy & the war on terror
The View on the Streets: Syria
The View On The Streets: Ethical shopping & fair trade
Nepal: The struggle for a democracy
Don’t shout at the telly: The anti-war movement
Don’t shout at the telly: Humanitarian intervention
Chill out about deforestation
Early to bed-net
G20: Catch 22
Don’t shout at the telly: Gaza special
Is America still the world’s policeman?
Not another give a goat appeal
Where do people fit in?
Jokers from around the world
After Fukushima: The Fear Factor
Don’t Shout at the Telly: The Coup in Egypt
Dharavi: Reaching for the sky
Views On The News: International Courts
Don’t shout at the telly: Uprisings in the Middle East and intervention in Libya
Tearing up the rule book: The end of the new world order?
From Italy to Sweden: What’s behind today’s anti-establishment revolt?
How do you solve a problem like Korea?
All Change: Navigating the new political disruption
Views On The News: Syria
Views On The News: Syria
The crisis of diplomacy in the era of Trump
Picnic in the park: What does radicalism mean today?
Xi’s China: New Global Power
Putin’s Russia: A New Cold War?
Trudeau’s Canada: A liberal nirvana?
Footloose cosmopolitans or citizens of nowhere?
Macron’s France: ‘En Marche!’ to business as usual?
National identity and belonging: What does it mean to be a citizen?
Islamist terror: The new normal?
Turkey: Is there hope for democracy?
Does the Eurozone have a future?
Cosmopolitanism and sovereignty: What’s next for Europe?
Nihilism and terror: How political is the new jihadism?
Eastern Menace: A new European culture war?
Crumbling BRIC: What future for Brazil?
Soweto to #RhodesMustFall: The changing face of South African resistance
What is the truth about ‘post-factual politics’?
Young Arab Voices: Resisting radicalisation
End of the East Asian economic miracle?
Plantation politics: Is industrial farming bad for the developing world?
Travelling for a change: The new ethical tourism
After Ferguson: Policing and race in America
Why are young people joining ISIS?
From Canary Wharf to China: Is the Bubble Going to Burst Again?
Whose borders are they anyway? The nation state unravelling
Ukraine: Cold war rebooted?
America: The twilight years?
Multinationals: Curse or blessing for the developing world?
After Gaza: The return of anti-Semitism?
Debating Matters Competition International Final 2014
Food for thought: Scottish Independence?
In conversation: India
What is the secret of Scandinavian success?
Controverski: Sochi, gay rights & Russia-bashing
Sandy Hook, Gun Control & A Changing America: Battle of Ideas Taster
In conversation: Russia
From Sandy Hook to Boston: Guns, bombs and a changing America?
The Giants of Asia
Lessons from America: The new culture wars
spiked shorts: To end austerity let’s grow
Unrealpolitik: A new world order?
The trillion dollar question: The US economy
Is this Africa’s decade?
Middle East ‘revolutions’: Hopes and Fears
Is the West still the best?
Prosperity without growth: A contradiction in terms
Africa and oil
Celebrating more people
Debating Matters: Population
Debating Matters India: Clinical trials & India’s poor
Indian students debate what matters
The Obama drama
Can China and India catch up with the West?
Challenging China bashing
The China and human rights controversy
The Bitter Aftertaste