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Countdown to Grexit: Will Greek crisis trigger unwinding of the euro? (part 2)

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

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Latest update : 2012-01-10

The Hungarian precedent: sweeping constitutional reform (part 2)

What’s Europe going to do about Hungary’s curbs on the media and its sweeping constitutional reform? Brussels seems to find it easier to keep tabs on candidates who want to join than on nations that are already EU members.

  • György SCHOPFLIN, MEP, EPP;
  • Gyorgy BOLGAR, Journalist, Klubradio;
  • Christophe ROBEET, France 24 European Affairs Editor;
  • Ulrike LUNACEK, MEP Green Alliance;
  • Gulliver CRAGG, France 24 Correspondent.

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2015-06-29 eurozone

Countdown to Grexit: Will Greek crisis trigger unwinding of the euro? (part 2)

This time, there wasn't a deal. Greeks are discovering capital controls with cash machine withdrawals limited to 60 euros a day - this as markets worldwide take fright over the...

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2015-06-29 eurozone

Countdown to Grexit: Will Greek crisis trigger unwinding of the euro? (part 1)

This time, there wasn't a deal. Greeks are discovering capital controls with cash machine withdrawals limited to 60 euros a day - this as markets worldwide take fright over the...

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2015-06-25 European Union

Divided over migrants: EU leaders point fingers as crisis deepens (part 2)

In the end, it’s always a compromise at EU summits. In the case of Greece and the euro, the answer's not yet. In the case of mandatory burden sharing on migrants, the answer's...

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2015-06-25 European Union

Divided over migrants: EU leaders point fingers as crisis deepens (part 1)

In the end, it’s always a compromise at EU summits. In the case of Greece and the euro, the answer's not yet. In the case of mandatory burden sharing on migrants, the answer's...

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2015-06-24 USA

Snoop du jour: US eavesdropped on three French presidents (part 2)

They had promised to never spy on their "close friends and allies", but couldn't prevent themselves, according to some new Wikileaks. Did the US really snoop on Jacques Chirac,...

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