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Worldview: Reflections on War — Leadership in war

What’s a war without its leaders? In this week’s episode of Worldview, Adam Boulton speaks to leading historians Margaret MacMillan and Andrew Roberts on how leadership shapes both conflicts and their resolutions.

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Worldview: Reflections on War — The Battlefield

How does the war in Ukraine look on the ground? What does the future of the battlefield hold? In this week’s episode of Worldview, Adam Boulton speaks to Professor Hew Strachan and Dr Rob Johnson to discuss these issues and more.

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Worldview: Reflections on War — The Russia Problem

In this week’s episode, Adam Boulton is in conversation with Vladislav Zubok and Sir Roderic Lyne, the former British Ambassador to Moscow. While both were horrified by the invasion of Ukraine last February, they offer varying views on how this new age of hostility came about.

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Worldview: Reflections on War — The World Remade

In this week’s episode, Adam Boulton is in conversation with Beatrice Heuser, Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones and Frank Gavin discussing the roles of NATO, the EU and the UN today. How can these twentieth-century institutions tackle the challenges of the twenty-first century?

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EI Weekly Listen — Variety in Judaism by Martin Goodman

In a religious system which presupposed a covenant not just between God and the individual Jew, but between God and Israel as a nation, the sense of communal solidarity had an abiding impact, regardless of the differences between denominations. Read by Leighton Pugh.

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