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TALKING EUROPE

Latest update : 2012-01-04

Joachim Bitterlich, Former Foreign and Security Policy Advisor to Helmut Kohl

2011 was an "annus horribilus" for Europe. The eurozone debt crisis has shaken the very foundations of the European Union. But during this period, Germany has taken centre stage for its attempts to resolve the crisis. We look back at 2011 with Joachim Bitterlich, Former Foreign and Security Policy Advisor to Helmut Kohl.

Show prepared by Marie Billon and Domitille Blanc

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