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Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

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Thomas Mirow, President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Thomas Mirow, former economic adviser to Gerhard Schröder, is one of Europe’s most respected bankers. We ask him whether Europe will be able to speak with one voice at the G20 summit in Toronto, and whether its voice will be heard...

Presented by Sarah Elzas (RFI) and Christophe Robeet (France 24)

Prepared by Soumaya Benaïssa

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2018-02-17 Cyprus

Greek Cypriot negotiator: 'We stand a chance' of reunifying Cyprus

Forty-four years on from the Turkish military invasion that left Cyprus split in two, and two weeks after the election that could relaunch peace talks, we meet the chief...

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2018-02-17 NATO

Towards a European army? The future of defence for the EU

"Europeans must take greater responsibility for their security". Those are the words not of Donald Trump, but of the European Union’s heads of state and government themselves, in...

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2018-02-03 agriculture

A fair deal for farmers: How to make agriculture pay in 2018 & beyond? (part 1)

Rolling green fields, happy animals and rosy-cheeked fruit-pickers: that's the classic storybook image of farming that many of us grow up with, but the reality is often far from...

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2017-11-26 European Union

Europeans and their food: World-beaters in tradition and traceability?

This month, Talking Europe takes a closer look at just what goes into European food – and asks whether Europe’s tight regulations are working, given the Fipronil egg scandal, as...

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2018-02-10 Slovakia

Slovakia's Europe minister on Bratislava's place in the EU and migrant quotas

This year marks 25 years since one of the countries right at the heart of Europe split in two. This was no civil war, but an event dubbed "The Velvet Revolution", which separated...

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