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A show from Brussels with two MEPs facing off on a burning issue and an interview with a European leader. Produced in partnership with the European Parliament. Every Saturday at 12.10 pm.

TALKING EUROPE

TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2011-11-08

Drama in Athens: will Greece exit the euro?

The Europeans were hoping to use the G20 summit as a show of unity. But the troublesome EU family was plunged into a new crisis after Greek PM George Papandreou said he wanted to hold a referendum on the EU bailout. This announcement prompted some to ask the following question: does Greece belong in the eurozone?

With:

  • Saïd EL KHADRAOUI, Belgian MEP, Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
  •  Bruno WATERFIELD, European affairs correspondent, The Daily Telegraph
  •  Kostas KARKAGIANNIS, EU Correspondent, Kathimerini


Show prepared by Marie Billon

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2015-03-21 Piracy (copyright infringement)

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2015-03-14 European Union

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2015-03-14 Russia

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2015-03-07 International Women's Day

Women in the workplace: Is the glass ceiling getting thicker in Europe?

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