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Will Trump be a Berlusconi or a Mussolini?

WHO: Dr Michael Frazer

"The best we can hope for is that his corruption will outweigh his authoritarianism; the worst we must fear is the reverse."

Three possible outcomes to the Cyprus peace talks

WHO: Dr Nikos Skoutaris

“The least probable outcome is reaching an agreement between all the parties that would lead to referendums for the approval of the new state of affairs."

Abe, Putin talks may unite Japan, Russia and USA

WHO: Dr Ra Mason

“The latest round of talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe could potentially mark a very important first meaningful step towards some form of resolution to the Kuril Islands (Northern Territories) dispute."

Opportunities for the food industry to tackle obesity

WHO: Prof Paul Dobson

"For consumers, it’s not just what we eat, but how much we eat. For industry, there are business opportunities with product reformulations and size reductions."

Does 'post-truth' do away with lying?

WHO: Prof Peter Womack

"If we are living in a ‘post-truth era’, or practising ‘post-truth politics’, that has to mean that there is no longer any such thing as truth, in which case there can be no longer any such thing as a liar either."

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