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Foreign policy and austerity
The British foreign minister talks about how foreign policy is being impacted by austerity measures.
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2010 11:55 GMT
William Hague

The British foreign minister discusses international security and how British foreign policy is being shaped by the coalition government's austerity measures.

Plus, Singapore-based financier Jim Rogers talks about currency wars and Ireland's shaky economy.

Roger Federer

The Swiss star, considered by many to be the best tennis player of all time, talks about his extraordinary career.

Plus, Martin Jacques, the author of When China Rules the World, and Patrick Chovanec, an associate professor at Tsinghua University's School of Economics and Management in Beijing, discuss the future of China.

And as world leaders meet in Lisbon for the Nato summit, Sir David talks to Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Nato's secretary general, about what happens next with the war in Afghanistan.



This episode of Frost over the World aired from Friday, November 19, 2010.

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