For many what makes a nation seems obvious - its history and its people. But does that mean native Americans and Australians should control their lands? Should Ireland belong to the Irish? Is nationhood an accident of previous tribal battles over borders and a means of holding onto the spoils? Or is it a shared culture and community that is for the benefit of all?
Former Home Secretary David Blunkett, outspoken British politician George Galloway, and Kurdish independence movement activist Elif Sarican come together to debate what makes a nation.