We ask Abdullah Abdullah about US-Taliban peace talks and debate the so-called US war on drugs.
We challenge Israel's ambassador to the UN and debate whether the Mueller report ends the collusion debate.
We talk to Arundhati Roy about Kashmir and Modi and debate US intervention in Venezuela.
Tawakkol Karman accuses Saudi Arabia and the UAE of committing war crimes in Yemen and we debate Brexit.
We debate the obstacles and solutions to climate change and speak with Bangladeshi photojournalist Shahidul Alam.
The most predictable aspect of Trump is unpredictability. I think it's dangerous, very dangerous, says Noam Chomsky.
Steven Pinker argues global poverty is declining, but is he right? And Afua Hirsch and Claire Fox talk racism in the UK.
We debate the extent of reforms in Saudi Arabia under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and the war in Yemen.
We ask Bayan Rahman whether a Kurdish country is possible and debate the end of term limits for China's President Xi.