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As the UN's climate talks begin in Cancun, we look at what's stopping us from taking action on climate change. Claudia Hammond asks if people need to be paid to be green.
Can "Nudge" theory work?
The Climate Connection
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NewshourThe impact of Wikileaks on international diplomacy; forgotten Picassos discovered
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WIKILEAKS REVELATIONS: IN DEPTH
Join the debateWhistle-blowing website Wikileaks has released secret messages sent by US embassies. Does it matter what your government says as long as it keeps you safe?
I don't think the US government has to worry about this one, that is if the media don't blow "revelations" out of proportion when the revelations turn out to be dull and disappointing.
The perils of reporting from Afghanistan
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Mark Tully examines the skill of living in the mind
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Meeting Manny PacquiaoMike Costello describes his adventurous trip to the Philippines to secure a rare interview with national boxing and now political icon Manny Pacquiao.
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