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Frost Over the World
The human cost of Mexico's drug war
Plus, what next in Libya and would it be better for countries like Portugal to default on their debt?
Last Modified: 23 Apr 2011 12:49

Next month, Italy hosts the next international conference on the situation in Libya. In the last few weeks Italy has become a key player in NATO's response to the conflict there. Sir David talks to Franco Frattini, the Italian foreign minister, about this. Plus, Mohammed El Senussi, the exiled crown prince of Libya, and Alex Stubb, Finland's foreign minister, join the show.

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We examine the human cost of Mexico's drug war. Plus, would it be better for countries like Portugal to default on their debt? Economist Linda Yeuh and MEP Daniel Hannan debate this.

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