Analysis

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Programme examining the ideas and forces which shape public policy in Britain and abroad, presented by distinguished writers, journalists and academics.

Kenneth Clarke has promised a 'rehabilitation revolution' in which private investors will fund projects aimed at cutting the re-offending rate - but will it work? Rehabilitation is hardly a new idea and so far it seems most attempts have made little...
Emma Jane Kirby investigates Ken Clarke's promised "rehabilitation revolution".
With future defence under scrutiny Kenneth Payne asks: are we losing the will to wage war?...
With future defence under scrutiny Kenneth Payne asks: are we losing the will to wage war?
Analysis is 40 years old this year. Michael Blastland uncovers the intriguing cold war history of the BBC's most unashamedly intellectual current affairs programme....
Analysis celebrates its 40th birthday by revealing the secrets of the programme's past.
Turkey is on the rise, economically and politically. Edward Stourton examines the apparent contradiction of its secular constitution and its government's Islamist roots....
Edward Stourton investigates Turkish politics and the nation's place in the world.
Is inequality bad for society as a whole? Mukul Devichand tries to settle the statistical argument kicked off by the authors of The Spirit Level....
Is income equality really the great leveller? Mukul Devichand examines the evidence.
Budget cuts will hit women three times harder than men. Why aren't feminists protesting?...
Budget cuts will hit women three times harder than men. Why aren't feminists protesting?
Anne McElvoy examines what the origins of the government's Big Society idea tell us....
The Big Society Sept. 27, 2010
Anne McElvoy examines what the origins of the government's Big Society idea tell us.
Why does the idea of children earning money cause such unease? Presented by Fran Abrams....
Fran Abrams asks why the idea of children earning money causes such unease.
In this week's Analysis, Michael Blastland asks policy experts for some honest answers about public spending.
Chris Bowlby looks at the likely fate of the Euro. What will happen if it is abolished and what will it look like if it survives?
Chris Bowlby looks at the likely fate of the Euro. What will happen if it is abolished and what will it look like if it survives?
Edward Stourton asks if we are living in a dictatorship of relativism.