By Kirsty Wark
Presenter, BBC Newsnight
Presented by Kirsty Wark
Did Gordon and Tony engage in a dance of the seven veils?
What does the pension deal tell us about the way the government is operating? With Tony Blair and Gordon Brown engaged in a dance of the seven veils (I know, a bizarre sight it would be) is the pensions plan good for the country or simply good for keeping a fragile peace between two men who have a country to run?
And how have the dramatics of the past week impacted on Newsnight's Gordaq index?
North and South Korea face each other across a closed border as they have for the past fifty years, but now the two countries have begun an experiment in economic co-operation.
The south is invested billions in a huge indistrial complex in the north which it hopes will eventually employ 700,000 workers. Is this the first step towards reunification?
What's the most memeorable front page of a newspaper in the past one hundred years? Newsnight's teamed up with The British Library to hold a poll to find out.
Tonight for the third of our shortlisted candidates, we ask Linford Christie to highlight the 1968 Mexico Olympics and the Black Power salute.