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THE DEBATE

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

Latest update : 2012-04-26

Murdoch: No surrender

Rupert Murdoch turns the attention from phone-hacking by his journalists to the alleged cozy treatment served up by one of David Cameron’s key cabinet members. François Picard’s panel asks which of the two – Murdoch or Cameron – is in more trouble now.

  • Dave CLARK. Paris Bureau Deputy Chief, AFP;
  • Waddick DOYLE. Head of the Chair of Global Communication, AUP;
  • Jean-Claude SERGEANT. Professor emeritus, Sorbonne Nouvelle University. British Media specialist;
  • Claire ENDERS. Fonder and CEO, Enders Analysis (from London).

Watch the second part here.

Produced by François Picard, Anelise Borges, Wassim Nasr.

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2017-03-28 Africa

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 1)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the...

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2017-03-28 Africa

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 2)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the...

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2017-03-27 Europe

Do Russians care? Kremlin cracks down after anti-corruption protests (part 1)

Sunday saw Russia's biggest anti-government demonstrations in five years. Yet they may seem like a drop in the ocean. In cities from the Pacific port of Vladivostok to Saint...

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2017-03-27 corruption

Do Russians care? Kremlin cracks down after anti-corruption protests (part 2)

Sunday saw Russia's biggest anti-government demonstrations in five years. Yet they may seem like a drop in the ocean. In cities from the Pacific port of Vladivostok to Saint...

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2017-03-23 London

Westminster attack: What response to parliament rampage? (part 2)

May it never become the new normal. The rampage that has left four dead and scores injured at Westminster follows the ones in Nice and Berlin. This time, it was the beacon of...

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