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Trump and Bern: outsiders win big in New Hampshire (part 1)

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Recycle and spin: Hollande includes greens in new cabinet (part 2)

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Paris: A nightlife in limbo?

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'Life as a cyborg' with Angel Giuffria

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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 : 2011-01-13

2011: Fewer Jobs, Longer Hours? (part 2)

As the French argue about repealing the 35-hour work week, François Picard’s panel wonders if a more flexible work force will really reduce unemployment in Europe. We know that a later retirement age is coming but can the same be said about longer working hours?

A debate with François Picard and guests:

A. Craig COPETAS, Senior writer for Bloomberg News
Raquel GARRIDO, International Spokesperson of the "Parti de Gauche"
Jacques RELAND, Head of the European Programme at the Global Policy Institute
Asghar ZAIDI, Director of Research at the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research (by satellite from Vienna)

Programme prepared by Yi Song Jeanette Coombs and Perrine Desplats

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2016-02-11 François Hollande

The Hollande (re)shuffle: Cabinet expanded ahead of 2017 presidential elections (part 2)

It's a reshuffle that will resonate well beyond France's borders. François Hollande is shaking up his cabinet with an eye to his re-election bid next year. The former prime...

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2016-02-11 François Hollande

The Hollande (re)shuffle: Cabinet expanded ahead of 2017 presidential elections (part 1)

It's a reshuffle that will resonate well beyond France's borders. François Hollande is shaking up his cabinet with an eye to his re-election bid next year. The former prime...

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2016-02-10 Bernie Sanders

Rage against the machine: Trump and Sanders win big in New Hampshire primary (part 2)

Now can we take Donald Trump seriously? The real estate mogul won big in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, with no clear moderate emerging from a still-crowded Republican...

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2016-02-10 Bernie Sanders

Rage against the machine: Trump and Sanders win big in New Hampshire primary (part 1)

Now can we take Donald Trump seriously? The real estate mogul won big in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, with no clear moderate emerging from a still-crowded Republican...

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2016-02-09 Syria

Battle for Aleppo: A turning point in Syria's civil war? (part 2)

It's shaping up as a turning point in Syria's civil war. After years on the back foot, the Syrian army advances on what was once the country's largest city, Aleppo. The Assad...

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