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Latest update : 2011-10-26

Eurozone crisis talks: too much bickering ? (part 2)

The EU summit in July was supposed to contain the crisis but here we are three months on worrying about a default in Greece, but also the economies of Italy and Spain. Can leaders put their differences aside and really draw a line under the spiralling debt crisis?

With our guests :

  • Julia Cage, Economist at Harvard University and Paris School of Economics, member of think tank Terra Nova;
  • Philippe Darvisenet, Associate professor of economics at Paris University - La Sorbonne, Global chief economist at BNP Paribas;
  • Thomas Klau, Paris bureau chief, European Council on Foreign Relations
  • Sony Kapoor, Managing Director of think tank Re-Define.

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2014-04-23 Syria

Homegrown Jihadists: France Sets Out Plan to Monitor Web and Support Families (part 2)

The four French journalists freed last weekend in Syria confirmed it themselves: some of their captors were French speakers. France's government has spoken of hundreds of French...

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2014-04-23 terrorism

Homegrown Jihadists: France Sets Out Plan to Monitor Web and Support Families

The four French journalists freed last weekend in Syria confirmed it themselves: some of their captors were French speakers. France's government has spoken of hundreds of French...

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2014-04-22 Palestinian Authority

Fatah-Hamas Talks: Towards a United Palestinian Front? (part 2)

Both sides are trying to present a united front, to work towards a common aim. But can the Palestinian factions - Fatah and Hamas - put aside their past issues and work together?...

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2014-04-22 Palestinian Authority

Fatah-Hamas Talks: Towards a United Palestinian Front?

Both sides are trying to present a united front, to work towards a common aim. But can the Palestinian factions - Fatah and Hamas - put aside their past issues and work together?...

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2014-04-21 Syria

Syria Bombs and Ballots: Presidential Election Announced as Civil War Rages on (part 2)

Four French hostages are now back in France after 10 months in captivity in Syria. Edouard Elias, Didier François, Nicolas Henin and Pierre Torres were welcomed back on the...

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