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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.

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Latest update : 2011-12-16

PJ Crowley, former US Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs

PJ Crowley, the former US Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, talks openly about his decision in March to resign from his post. This followed comments made about the detention of Bradley Manning, the US soldier charged in connection with the Wikileaks affair. Manning's pre-trial hearing begins this Friday at Fort Meade in Maryland.

PJ Crowley, who is one of the most respected voices on US foreign policy, gives us his opinion on Iraq and Syria, as well as the foreign policy credentials of the Republican presidential candidates.

 

 

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2016-06-25 Panama Papers

Panama Papers scandal: 'This is a real crime'

The "Panama Papers" sent shockwaves across the world by shedding a crude light on the secretive world of tax havens. Thanks to an anonymous source, what is arguably the biggest...

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2016-06-22 Guatemala

'Justice is not revenge': Rigoberta Menchu on her fight for indigenous rights

Rigoberta Menchu has dedicated her life to promoting indigenous rights, particularly those of women in her home country of Guatemala and beyond. Her work earned her the Nobel...

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2016-06-20 refugees

'If you don’t solve problems, they will come to you,' UNHCR tells FRANCE 24

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) published its annual report Monday to mark World Refugee Day and the reality is grim: A record 65.3 million people have been forced...

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2016-06-18 Arab world

'The Third Sex': A Lebanese poet's manifesto against taboos

Joumana Haddad is a Lebanese journalist, poet, author and one of the most daring women's rights activists in the Arab world. Her latest release is "The Third Sex", a collection...

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2016-06-15 climate change

Fighting poverty and climate change 'must be done together'

Last September, world leaders at the UN agreed on 17 Sustainable Development Goals, such as ending poverty and tackling climate change. But an agreement on what needs to be done...

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