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A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

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Latest update : 2010-11-11

40 years on: De Gaulle's legacy (part 2)

40 years after Charles de Gaulle’s death, France’s politicians still claim they’re following in his footsteps...but what's become of France's place in the world as carved out by the strong-minded general/statesman? The France 24 debate looks back but also ahead to a world where France’s priorities and alliances are shifting.

A debate with François Picard and guests:

Philip GOLUB, Professor of international relations and foreign affairs at Paris VIII University and the American University of Paris
Jonathan RANDALL, Journalist and former war correspondent for the Washington Post
Paul VALLET, Professor of International Relations at Sciences Po and the American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy
Dr James SHIELDS, Professor of French Politics at Aston University (by phone from Birmingham, UK)

Programme prepared by Bilal Tarabey and Perrine Desplats

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2015-05-06 Muslims

Crossing a red line: French mayor slammed for profiling Muslim students

French police have questioned the mayor of a southern town over his claims that he's been tracking how many Muslim children attend its schools. The move is seen as illegal and...

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2015-05-06 UK Elections

Down to the wire: UK election poll shows main parties neck-and-neck

We are down to the wire with Britain set to elect a new government on Thursday. A Financial Times poll shows the Conservatives and Labour neck-and-neck at 34 percent. This...

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2015-05-05 France

France's Patriot Act? Lawmakers Approve Surveillance Bill (part 2)

French lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill that spells out a legal framework for intelligence-gathering, including mass monitoring of the big phone and internet...

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2015-05-05 France

France's Patriot Act? Lawmakers Approve Surveillance Bill (part 1)

French lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill that spells out a legal framework for intelligence-gathering, including mass monitoring of the big phone and internet...

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2015-05-04 defence

François of Arabia: Hollande's Budding Friendship with the Gulf (part 2)

The French president is now in Riyadh after sealing a deal in Doha to sell Rafale fighter jets. On Tuesday, François Hollande will become the first ever Western leader to attend...

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