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Syria Ceasefire: Has diplomacy failed? (part 2)

As the West and Russia work towards possible consensus on the deployment of UN observers to Syria, François Picard's panel discusses what the international community should and can do about a standoff that has already lasted a year, cost 10,000 lives and left tens of thousands displaced.

  • Monzer MAKHOUS. Member of the Syrian National Council;
  • Khaldoon AL ASWAD. Syrian activist;
  • Steven EKOVICH. Professor of Political Sciences, American University of Paris.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Christopher Davis, Pauline Heilmann.

Watch the first part here.

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2017-02-27 France

Do Scandals Matter? Fillon, Le Pen cry 'witch-hunt" over corruption probes (part 1)

When the French start picking a president in less than two months, there could be not one but two major party candidates under formal investigation. But as we've seen in the...

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2017-02-27 elections

Do Scandals Matter? Fillon, Le Pen cry 'witch-hunt" over corruption probes (part 2)

When the French start picking a president in less than two months, there could be not one but two major party candidates under formal investigation. But as we've seen in the...

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2017-02-23 USA

Borderline Politics: US-Mexico relations hit a wall (part 1)

Mexico is the first big foreign assignment for an untested US Secretary of State. And just to raise the stakes for Rex Tillerson and head of homeland security John Kelly, the...

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2017-02-23 Donald Trump

Borderline Politics: US-Mexico relations hit a wall (part 2)

Mexico is the first big foreign assignment for an untested US Secretary of State. And just to raise the stakes for Rex Tillerson and head of homeland security John Kelly, the...

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2017-02-22 Emmanuel Macron

France's Topsy-Turvy Election: Uncertain outcome as insurgents blow away old guard (part 1)

The first round of France's presidential election is two months away but already, it's fair to say that politics here has been turned on its head. The only near-certainty is...

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