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FROST OVER THE WORLD
India's 9/11
Rudy Giuliani, the former New York major, discusses the Mumbai attacks.
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2008 15:12 GMT

Rudy Giuliani, the former major of New York, discusses the Mumbai attacks [GALLO/GETTY]

The attacks in Mumbai have been described as India's 9/11. On Wednesday, thousands of people demonstrated in the city and Condoleezza Rice, the US secretary of state, has flown into the region to try to ease tensions between India and Pakistan.

On this week's programme, Sir David talks to Rudy Giuliani, the former major of New York, who was on the frontline of terrorism seven years ago, when the Twin Towers of New York's World Trade Center were brought down by a pair of hijacked airliners.

This episode of Frost over the World airs from Friday, December 05, 2008

Rudy Giuliani

 

Sir David talks to Rudy Giuliani, the former major of New York, about the Mumbai attacks, the new foreign policy team selected by Barack Obama, the US president-elect, and his own campaign for the US presidency.

Cathy Ashton and Major General Muniruzzaman

   

Cathy Ashton, the new EU trade commissioner, talks to Sir David about attempts to revive the Doha trade talks, which began in 2001.

Also, Major General Muniruzzaman, Bangladesh's former chief of staff, talks about his country's transition to democracy.

 

Garry Kasparov

   

For many, he was the greatest chess player of all time. But it is in retirement that he has found his greatest foe so far - Vladimir Putin, the Russian prime minister. Today, he is the most prominent name in Russia's opposition coalition.

Garry Kasparov talks about chess and Russian politics.



Opium in Afghanistan

   

Antonio Maria Costa, the director of the UN office on drugs, and Farid Popal from the Afghan embassy in London, discuss Afghanistan's poppy trade.

Plus, Roy Bennett, the treasurer of the MDC, discusses Zimbabwe's cholera crisis.

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