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

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TALKING EUROPE

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

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THE INTERVIEW

Photographer Pete Souza shares his ‘portrait’ of Obama

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THE INTERVIEW

Syria's White Helmets: 'We had 400 casualties last week'

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Donald Trump Jr.'s India visit raises eyebrows

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THE OBSERVERS

Weaving with water hyacinths, the archives of Syria's war, and more

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THE OBSERVERS

How a Sudanese man saved his kidnapped brothers in Libya, and more

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'Never again': Florida school students become new face of US gun reform

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THE INTERVIEW

An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.

Latest update : 2011-03-30

Anne-Marie Slaughter, Professor of Politics and International Relations, Princeton University

Anne-Marie Slaughter is Professor of Politics and International Relations at Princeton University, and until recently was Director of Policy Planning at the US State Department. She speaks to Melissa Bell about the Obama administration’s stance on Libya and its foreign policy, especially as regards the uprisings in the Arab world. This interview was produced in partnership with Brussels Forum.

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2018-02-17 Americas

Photographer Pete Souza shares his ‘portrait’ of Obama

Pete Souza is the former Chief Official White House Photographer for President Barack Obama. He shadowed Obama for the whole eight years of his presidency and has now published a...

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2018-02-13 Middle East

Syria's White Helmets: 'We had 400 casualties last week'

Since their creation in 2011, the Syrian voluntary rescue workers known as the White Helmets have been credited with saving thousands of lives. And as they pull people from the...

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2018-02-14 Americas

Russian interference in US elections is 'a serious threat to our democracy'

Alberto Gonzales served as US Attorney General under President George W. Bush from 2005 to 2007, becoming the first ever Hispanic to hold the position. He gives us his take on...

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2018-02-10 Africa

The devastating impact of climate change on Niger and Mali

The Azawak valley, a Florida-sized area spread over Mali and Niger, used to have the best pastoral lands in West Africa. But with climate change, people are either dying of...

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2018-02-07 Iran

Iran 'committed to staying' in nuclear deal, deputy minister says

Mohammad Khazaei is Iran's deputy finance minister and former ambassador to the United Nations. He is in Europe to promote investment in Iran amid tensions with the Trump...

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