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THE WORLD THIS WEEK

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

Latest update : 2010-02-16

The World This Week - from January 18 to 22 (part 2)

Haiti: Obama's reconstruction club that excludes France, Senegal's invitation; Obama: what a difference a year makes; China's great leap forward; Lessons for South Africa's World Cup; and was it a good idea to let Angola host a football tournament? Here are the topics François Picard will tackle with his guests:

Programme produced in partnership with The International Herald Tribune.

  • Simon KUPER, Journalist, Financial Times
  • Eleanor BEARDSLEY, National Public Radio
  • Nicolas NORBROOK, Managing Editor for The Africa Report
  • Alison SMALE, Executive Editor for the IHT
 
Programme prepared by Bilal Tarabey and Claire Brown.
 

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