The struggle of Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Baltimore: Race, riots and the media
17 Oct 2010 13:19 GMT | Politics, US & Canada, Afghanistan, United States
In a special programme from Kabul, Sir David talks to the commander of ISAF and US forces in Afghanistan about the Taliban, the planned troop withdrawal and what would constitute victory in this war.
Hamid Karzai became Afghanistan's president in 2004, he won a second term last year despite allegations of vote rigging, and although they have had their spats he is the man, the Americans have to do business with.
Most recently he set up his own peace council to begin informal negotiations with the Taliban to try to end the war. He talks to Sir David about negotiating with the Taliban, the relationship with the US, accusations of corruption, and his vision for Afghanistan in ten years time.
This episode of Frost over the World aired from October 15, 2010.
Source: Al Jazeera
On World Press Freedom Day, journalists critical of the government remain imprisoned without charge after 14 years.
Journalism under fire, Journalism, Sweden
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon continues to gain support among the Asian community.
Politics, Europe, United Kingdom
Undocumented and marginalised, the children of migrants face arrest, detention and possible death in Malaysia's Sabah.
Human Rights, Poverty & Development, Asia Pacific
Havana has long used 'doctor diplomacy' around the globe, but those at home know best their healthcare miracles.
Healthcare, Cuba, Latin America
Jewish scholar Robert S Wistrich on whether all criticism of Israel is anti-Semitic, and the root causes of Islamophobia
Politics, Israel, Palestine
101 East enters the world of Sabah's stateless children, who spend their lives on the run from authorities.
Child rights, Malaysia, Human Rights
We meet Chinese conservationists working to protect the world's only freshwater porpoise from extinction.
Environment, China, Wildlife
The politics and coverage of xenophobia in South Africa; and TV regulation in the UK ahead of a contentious election.
Media, Africa, South Africa