The Newsmakers

The Risk of Nuclear War

Only twice in the planet's history have nuclear weapons been used. In 1945 the United States detonated two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan, killing about 140 thousand people, and levelling around seventy percent of both cities. The thought of that happening again is hard to bear, but since Russia launched its assault on Ukraine, is nuclear war an actual possibility? Paul Ingram Senior Research Associate at Cambridge University Dan Smith Stockholm International Peace Research Institute Director Owen Brian Toon University of Colorado Boulder Atmospheric Studies Professor

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Spain and Morocco’s Migrant Tragedy

Investigating An Insurrection

Investigating An Insurrection

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Sudan’s Political Crisis

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Israel’s Coalition Collapse

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

Colombia’s Shift to the Left

The Extradition of Assange

The Extradition of Assange

Tunisia on Strike

Tunisia on Strike

Iraq’s Biggest Bloc Resigns

Iraq’s Biggest Bloc Resigns

Confronting the Climate Crisis

Confronting the Climate Crisis

Yemen Truce

Yemen Truce

Sri Lanka in Crisis

Sri Lanka in Crisis

Iran’s Troubled Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Troubled Nuclear Deal

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