We analyse the public debate between the heads of Japan’s major political parties and look ahead to COP26 in Glasgow. Plus: the future of high-speed rail in Finland.
We look at the resuWe look at the results of the election in Iraq and discuss the continued border dispute between India and China. Plus: the latest global aviation news.
We get the latest on the UK’s supply chain crisis and find out about the political turmoil in Tunisia. Plus: the morning papers and a round-up of the latest urbanism news.
We unpack the major speeches from the United Nations General Assembly and get the morning newspaper headlines from the Middle East. Plus, why Sweden is proposing a ‘family week’ holiday.
We analyse the Norwegian election results and hear about China’s plans to send aid to Afghanistan. Plus: our Canadian election series shines a spotlight on Conservative leader Erin O’Toole.
A look at the international reaction that Afghanistan’s new government is receiving, Emmanuel Macron’s meeting with Armin Laschet, who is hoping to be Germany’s next chancellor, and Milan’s Salone del Mobile fair.
get the latest as Poland imposes a state of emergency on its border with Belarus. Also in the programme: the US Justice Department’s challenge to protect the constitutional right to an abortion, plus Hong Kong’s announcement to allow quarantine-free travel again.
We discuss worsening relations between the EU and the US and ponder whether their immediate future might lie apart. Plus: Russian influence in Belarus and a preview of Salone del Mobile.
We discuss the latest from Kabul as the Taliban prepares a new government for Afghanistan and look at the role of the WHO’s new pandemic intelligence hub.
Plus: headlines from the world of film and a first glimpse of Audi’s new concept car.
A look ahead to Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky’s visit to the White House. Plus, Taiwan’s launch of an English-language news channel, and the laboratory working to ensure that Swiss trains run without a hitch.