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Saudi Arabia's 'Prince of Chaos'

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Macron's government, take two: 'Reviewed and corrected'

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Reviving growth, how will Europe fix its economy ?

Regenerating growth...As the Eurozone looks headed for its second recession in three years, European leaders are shifting their focus from austerity plans towards growth. But what can Europe do to fix its sluggish economy and create new jobs? Christophe Robeet's guests propose their answer.

  • Véronique DE KEYSER, Belgian MEP, Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
  • Geoff MEADE, Director, Press Association in Brussels

 

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2017-06-17 agriculture

CETA trade deal: Canada, land of opportunity for farmers

In this special edition of Talking Europe, we’re taking a closer look at the CETA free trade deal between Europe and Canada. After years of negotiations, CETA (the Comprehensive...

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2017-06-17 agriculture

CETA: European farmers fear competition from Canada

In this special edition of Talking Europe, we’re taking a closer look at the CETA free trade deal between Europe and Canada. After years of negotiations, CETA (the Comprehensive...

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2017-06-10 development

EU development commissioner defends role of private sector in aid projects

The EU is the world’s largest overseas aid donor, something it is proud of, but it still gives less than the OECD target of 0.7% of gross national income. Neven Mimica, the EU...

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2017-06-10 UK

UK election: Mayday, Mayday!

Theresa May, Britain's Conservative Prime Minister, took a gamble and lost her parliamentary majority. May called the snap election saying she needed a strong backing in the...

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2017-05-27 NATO

Anti-IS group coalition: 'Now NATO has a permanent seat at the table'

Camille Grand, a NATO Assistant Secretary General, says that by formally joining the international coalition against the Islamic State group, the Alliance now has a permanent...

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