Russia's president warns that 'military hysteria' could lead to global catastrophe. Hank Morris of Industrial Research and Consulting in Seoul tells us how South Koreans are reacting to tensions on the Korean peninsula. Also in the programme, London PR firm Bell Pottinger has been suspended from a trade body for a breach of ethics. We hear the reaction of co-founder Tim Bell, and get the perspective of Mark Borkowski, a British PR agent. We have a report on what cities around the world are doing to cope with the growing threat of floods. An investigation suggests that Azerbaijan's ruling elite has been operating a secret slush fund to pay off European politicians. Transparency International's Advocacy Director Casey Kelso tells us more about the allegations. Plus we find out why profits are down 3% at toymakers Lego, from the company's chairman Jorgen vig Knudstorp.