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20100102

What will shape our world next year? Can the West’s strategy in Afghanistan succeed? Will 2010 take the shine off the Obama Presidency? And, what kind of global fall-out can we expect from the climate change summit in Copenhagen?

Stephen Sackur is joined by leading BBC correspondents Caroline Wyatt, James Robbins, Lyse Doucet, Mark Mardell and Stephanie Flanders who share their predictions about what 2010 may have in store.

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Stephen Sackur and leading BBC correspondents discuss what 2010 may have in store.

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20100102

What will shape our world next year? Can the West’s strategy in Afghanistan succeed? Will 2010 take the shine off the Obama Presidency? And, what kind of global fall-out can we expect from the climate change summit in Copenhagen?

Stephen Sackur is joined by leading BBC correspondents Caroline Wyatt, James Robbins, Lyse Doucet, Mark Mardell and Stephanie Flanders who share their predictions about what 2010 may have in store.

2010010220100103 (WS)

Stephen Sackur and leading BBC correspondents discuss what 2010 may have in store.

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For many in the West, 2011 will be a year of austerity.

Will the economic tough medicine work? Or will we see more uncertainty, insecurity and possible public strife and disorder?

What will further power shifts to the high-growth markets in Asia, Latin America and Africa mean for the world's strategic and diplomatic relations?

And ten years on from the advent of social media, how has that changed the way we view and talk to each other?

Join Stephen Sackur as he mulls over the issues with some of the BBC's top correspondents, as they predict the events and people who will shape our world in 2011.

Stephen Sackur asks BBC correspondents to forecast the news stories for the year ahead

20110101

For many in the West, 2011 will be a year of austerity.

Will the economic tough medicine work? Or will we see more uncertainty, insecurity and possible public strife and disorder?

What will further power shifts to the high-growth markets in Asia, Latin America and Africa mean for the world's strategic and diplomatic relations?

And ten years on from the advent of social media, how has that changed the way we view and talk to each other?

Join Stephen Sackur as he mulls over the issues with some of the BBC's top correspondents, as they predict the events and people who will shape our world in 2011.

Stephen Sackur asks BBC correspondents to forecast the news stories for the year ahead

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Stephen Sackur asks BBC correspondents to forecast the news stories for the year ahead

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Stephen Sackur asks BBC correspondents to forecast the news stories for the year ahead

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Bbc Correspondents' Look Ahead2012122920121230 (WS)
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Owen Bennett-Jones discusses the coming year with top BBC correspondents.

Owen Bennett-Jones is joined by some of the BBC's top correspondents as they give their predictions about what will shape our world next year.

Will the global economy recover? How will the Arab Spring play out across the Middle East - and how will the conflict in Syria be resolved? Will Burma and North Korea continue to come out of the cold? And will a re-elected Barack Obama play a more assertive role in global affairs?

(Image: Owen Bennett-Jones)

Bbc Correspondents' Look Ahead2012122920121230 (WS)
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Owen Bennett-Jones discusses the coming year with top BBC correspondents.

Owen Bennett-Jones is joined by some of the BBC's top correspondents as they give their predictions about what will shape our world next year.

Will the global economy recover? How will the Arab Spring play out across the Middle East - and how will the conflict in Syria be resolved? Will Burma and North Korea continue to come out of the cold? And will a re-elected Barack Obama play a more assertive role in global affairs?

(Image: Owen Bennett-Jones)

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Stephen Sackur is joined by leading BBC correspondents Caroline Wyatt, James Robbins, Lyse Doucet, Mark Mardell and Stephanie Flanders who share their predictions about what 2010 may have in store.

Stephen Sackur and leading BBC correspondents discuss what 2010 may have in store.

Bbc Correspondents Look Ahead 120100102

Stephen Sackur is joined by leading BBC correspondents Caroline Wyatt, James Robbins, Lyse Doucet, Mark Mardell and Stephanie Flanders who share their predictions about what 2010 may have in store.

Stephen Sackur and leading BBC correspondents discuss what 2010 may have in store.

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Stephen Sackur and leading BBC correspondents discuss what 2010 may have in store.

Bbc Correspondents Look Ahead 120100103

Stephen Sackur and leading BBC correspondents discuss what 2010 may have in store.

Bbc Correspondents' Look Ahead To 20142014010420140105 (WS)

Where in the world is our attention most likely to be focused in the coming year?

Owen Bennett-jones is joined by four of the BBC's top foreign and economic correspondents who give their predictions about what is likely to shape our world in 2014.

James Robbins draws on more than ten years experience as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent, while North America editor Mark Mardell provides his view from Washington. Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet takes a short break from reporting across the world while Linda Yueh gives her view of the global economic outlook. Where in the world is our attention most likely to be focused?

Bbc Correspondents' Look Ahead To 20142014010420140105 (WS)

Where in the world is our attention most likely to be focused in the coming year?

Owen Bennett-jones is joined by four of the BBC's top foreign and economic correspondents who give their predictions about what is likely to shape our world in 2014.

James Robbins draws on more than ten years experience as the BBC's diplomatic correspondent, while North America editor Mark Mardell provides his view from Washington. Chief International Correspondent Lyse Doucet takes a short break from reporting across the world while Linda Yueh gives her view of the global economic outlook. Where in the world is our attention most likely to be focused?