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2011's top conflict zones
Which parts of the world are most likely to witness conflict during the coming year?
Last Modified: 10 Jan 2011 12:47 GMT

Which countries are most at risk for conflict in 2011, and which ones are just exaggerated threats?

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From growing instability in Mexico and Pakistan to tensions in North Korea and Iran, we will examine what parts of the world are really creating the most cause for concern in the year ahead.

On Monday's Riz Khan show we speak to David Gordon, the head of research at Eurasia Group, a global political risk and research consultancy; and Mark Schneider, the vice-president at the International Crisis Group.

You can join the conversation. Call in with your questions and comments on Monday, January 10, at our live time of 1930GMT. Repeats air at 0430GMT, 0830GMT and the next day at 1430GMT.

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