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Coughing Dragon? China's Growth Slows Amid Credit Crunch Fears (part 1)

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Latest update : 2012-03-26

Which way for West Africa? - Senegal's election, Mali's coup

One month ago, it was Senegal’s democracy seemed in trouble. But instead, it’s the coup in neighbouring Mali that caught everyone off guard. François Picard’s panel looks at what went wrong in Bamako… and right in Dakar.

Mamadou DIOUF, Director of the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University
MICHAEL KIRTLEY, Journalist at Geo Magazine, Newsweek Africa International, National Geographic
Dr. Chris Fomunyoh, NDI Senior Associate for Africa

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2015-03-05 China

Coughing Dragon? China's Growth Slows Amid Credit Crunch Fears (part 2)

Has the Chinese dragon caught a cough? Growth is down while public debt amounts to 10% of GDP if measured properly (IMF). Will a planned curb on spending burst not just China but...

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2015-03-05 China

Coughing Dragon? China's Growth Slows Amid Credit Crunch Fears (part 1)

Has the Chinese dragon caught a cough? Growth is down while public debt amounts to 10% of GDP if measured properly (IMF). Will a planned curb on spending burst not just China but...

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2015-03-04 children

Soft on smacking? France slammed for not banning corporal punishment (part 1)

Are we too soft on smacking? The Strasbourg-based Council of Europe has taken France to task for not banning corporal punishment, when 22 of the Council's 47 member states have...

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2015-03-04 children

Soft on smacking? France slammed for not banning corporal punishment (part 2)

Are we too soft on smacking? The Strasbourg-based Council of Europe has taken France to task for not banning corporal punishment, when 22 of the Council's 47 member states have...

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2015-03-03 Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu on Capitol Hill: Israeli PM calls for deal breaker with Iran (part 2)

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech to Congress has angered the White House – coming just two weeks before a general election in Israel. And the partisanship goes beyond...

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