This Week's World

June 2016
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June 18, 2016

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Why do many white Americans believe America is not racist - but many black Americans disagree? We look at race, foreign policy, immigration and other issues dividing America this election year, with Emily Maitlis interviewing Donald Trump's ally and potential running mate, former Governor Jan Brewer.
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June 11, 2016

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The oil-rich kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the west's staunchest allies in the Middle East, but some now fear that is a problem, producing instability and the rise of extremism.
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June 4, 2016

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The African National Congress, the 'party of Nelson Mandela', is in crisis after corruption allegations against its leader and South Africa's president Jacob Zuma. At the same time, protest movements have grown up around the country, often led by young people fighting against symbols of the racist past and questioning the direction the Rainbow Nation is headed.
May 2016
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May 28, 2016

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The current affairs programme examines whether radical Islamist ideology can be confronted using ideas. Emily Maitlis speaks to Tony Blair about new proposals to challenge the ideology behind ISIS. Muslim thinkers and former jihadis discuss these ideas. There is also a report from Iraq exploring the consequences of western policy in the Middle East and the rise of extremism.
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May 21, 2016

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Current affairs programme presented by Emily Maitlis.
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May 14, 2016

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For decades now, politicians have been able to promise prosperity and an end to poverty. From the west to China and beyond, the whole world dreamt of becoming home owners, car owners and holiday makers. And the promise made sense, because the economic growth rate across the world kept on climbing. Many people assumed this growth would return quickly after the 2008 crash - but eight years on, it remains low. This week's edition looks at growth, and asks what the future for all of us - and especi...
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