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20.09.19 | Dilip Hiro

With the Trump administration’s May 2018 withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with six major powers, and its imposition of secondary sanctions on Iran’s oil sales, tensions in the region have escalated sharply.

03.09.19 | John Hemming

A timely examination of the legacy of the Villas Boas brothers in the Amazon Rainforest.

02.09.19 | Marta Dassù Edoardo Campanella

Boris Johnson has gone for the nuclear option. The prime minister’s request to the Queen to suspend Parliament for up to five weeks frustrates anti-Brexit legislation and sends a clear message to Brussels: the current government is serious about leaving the EU, deal or no deal.

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17 Sep 2019 – 19.00
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