We ask if al-Assad and his allies can claim victory in Syria, and author Johann Hari discusses depression.
Fifteen years since the invasion of Iraq, we ask retired US Brig Gen Mark Kimmitt about war crimes and the war's legacy.
We quiz the country's former deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim and speak with investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.
We challenge Nicaragua's vice minister of foreign affairs and debate whether the UK Labour Party is anti-Semitic.
We discuss reports of the Saudi journalist's death and ask a former EPA head about the IPCC climate change report.
We debate the likelihood of a second vote, and speak to a top US politician about the treatment of migrant children.
We ask Carla del Ponte why the UN can't solve the conflict, and discuss the latest escalation in Gaza.
In this UpFront special, we speak to a Trump adviser and discuss whether US democracy is at risk.
We talk to the son of cleric Salman al-Awdah and debate the danger of social media with tech pioneer Jaron Lanier.
We challenge the Houthi-backed Yemeni FM Hisham Sharaf, and speak to Francis Fukuyama about 'identity politics'.
We speak to a Uighur refugee, and debate if data theft, interference and illegal spending tainted the Brexit referendum.