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Don Bacon: Will Republicans regret their loyalty to Trump?


Stephen Sackur speaks to Republican Congressman Don Bacon


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Alexander Blackman: How should crimes on the battlefield be handled?


Former Royal Marine Alexander Blackman killed a wounded Taliban fighter in 2011


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Tony Garnett: Making TV with a radical purpose


Another chance to hear our 2016 interview with the pioneering film and TV producer


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Seth Freedman: Spying for Harvey Weinstein


Who polices the shadowy world of private intelligence?


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Douglas Silliman: What is Donald Trump's strategy in Iraq?


The former US ambassador to Iraq assesses the White House's possible next moves


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Sir Antony Gormley: Britain's most successful sculptor


His inspiration is the human body, in fact, his own body.


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Vali Nasr: Have strategic realities in the Middle East changed?


Who’s gained and who’s lost after the killing of Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani?


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Ayad Allawi: What if the US pulls out of Iraq?


Do rising tensions between the US and Iran spell disaster for Iraq?


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Malcolm Gladwell: Should we trust strangers?


Stephen Sackur meets the author described as America's most famous intellectual


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Andrew Mitchell MP - Boris Johnson has been handed immense power, what will he do with it?


The scale of the Conservative Party triumph promises to have seismic consequences.


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