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Bye-EU Tapestry is not to all tastes

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THE POLITICAL BRIEF

Maverick Mélenchon: French far-left launches its own web TV

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FOCUS

Rise of sandstorms plagues Middle East

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

Superjumbo travel: Discussing the future of the A380

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ACCESS ASIA

Fighting unemployment: Millions of Indians face layoffs amid shrinking job market

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FRENCH CONNECTIONS

Deneuve vs. #MeToo: Exploring feminism 'à la française'

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ENCORE!

Meryl Streep on gender equality: 'Something has cracked wide open'

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INSIDE THE AMERICAS

Trump's presidency, one year in: 365 days of outrageous tweets and blunders

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MIDDLE EAST MATTERS

War in Syria: UN refugee agency denounces rape of men and boys

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THE DEBATE

A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2011-12-07

France 24 turns five

As The France 24 Debate turns five, François Picard’s high-profile panel highlights the common thread between the Arab Spring and the world financial crisis, a fundamental shift of the balance of power in our globalized world.

  • Claude LANZMANN. Writer, journalist and filmmaker;
  • Stephen CLARKE. British journalist and writer; Author of "1000 Years of Annoying the French";
  • Viviane REDING. Vice-President of the European Commission; EU Justice Commissioner (from Brussels);
  • Christopher CALDWELL. Author of "Reflections on the Revolution in Europe"; Columnist at the Financial Times; Editor at the Weekly Standard (from Washington);
  • Robert FISK. Middle East Correspondent, The Independent (from Dublin).


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