Dr William Morris, the convenor of the English Hour and the Secretary General of the Next Century Foundation, talks about Syria, about the British general elections, and about tolerance.
UK Liberal Democrat politician, Jonathan Fryer, talks about Liberalism and the resurgence of the Liberal Party in the UK, about Brexit, and about British Liberal Foreign Policy.
Elizabeth Jones is a parliamentary candidate for the UK Independence Party (UKIP). She discusses Islam and integrationalism in Britain today, as well as women’s rights, and the forthcoming British General Election.
Davis Lewin is Deputy Director and Head of Policy & Research at The Henry Jackson Society. David Isaacs is a lawyer with a personal interest in international affairs. They discuss peace in the Middle East, U.S. Middle East Policy, and God.
Majed Etwijiri and Edward Tebbutt are Interns at the Next Century Foundation who both share a strong interest in the Middle East. They discuss Libya, Nationalism, and Religion.
Professor Hooshang Amirahmadi, the founder and president of American-Iranian Council discusses Iran and the 2017 election, International Affairs, and Democracy.
Former President of the Kurdish National Congress, Dr Jawad Mella discusses the situation of Kurdistan, aspirations for a Kurdish state, and the role of the international community.
Chaz Singh and his wife Saranjit Kaur are Sikhs currently live in Plymouth. In this interview, Mr Singh and his wife discuss their spiritual journey in life as well as the virtues the Sikh religion seeks to promote. As a Labour councillor for a ward in Plymouth, Mr Singh is passionate about inclusivity and continually strives for increased community cohesion in diverse urban cities. Finally, Mr Singh, who stood unsuccessfully as a member of Parliament in 2010, will be discussing the key obstacles facing the UK as it negotiates its exit from the European Union, and the Kingdom’s role in the New World Order.
Sir Michael Burton is a former British Diplomat in the Foreign and Commonwealth office. He has worked in a number of Arab countries. In 1985 he was appointed Minister and Deputy Commandant in the British Military Office in Berlin for 5 years. He later became Head of British Embassy office in Berlin. In this interview Sir Michael discussed the Middle East, the historical East/West divide in Europe and Brexit.
Amina Khalid works for the Somali Initiative for Democracy and Dialogue as well as Initiatives of Change’s Sustainable Communities programme. She was born in Somalia and arrived in the UK as a refugee with her family when she was a child. With Amina, we discuss her life in Somalia, her journey to the UK and her life here.