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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 : 2012-05-10

Greek Crisis: Facing the abyss

Greece has no government and could run out of money as early as next month. The state agreed to the terms of a second international bailout earlier this year, but the government that signed off on that deal is now out of power after an election that punished mainstream parties and put extremists in parliament for the first time. Laura Baines and her panel discuss how the Greek people can be led out of this mess and whether default and an exit from the euro are now inevitable.

  • A. Craig COPETAS, Paris-based journalist and political analyst, Author of "Bear Hunting with the Politburo";
  • Thrasy PETROPOULOS, Chief Editor of Athen News;
  • Tyson BARKER, Director of Trans-Atlantic Relations, Bertelsmann Foundation North America;
  • Ambrose EVANS PRITCHARD, International Business Editor, The Telegraph.

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    Programme prepared and produced by Christopher Davies, Molly Hall and Mary Colombel

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2016-07-20 Republicans (USA)

Conventional wisdom: Republicans divided over Trump (part 1)

The day has come. After upsetting the form and blowing away the competition, Donald Trump is officially the Republican nominee for president. So why is it that despite record...

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2016-07-20 Donald Trump

Conventional wisdom: Republicans divided over Trump (part 2)

The day has come. After upsetting the form and blowing away the competition, Donald Trump is officially the Republican nominee for president. So why is it that despite record...

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2016-07-19 coups

The purge: Sharp backlash after failed coup in Turkey (part 2)

After Turkey's coup attempt, the backlash. Even though the government says only a tiny fraction of the army took part in last Friday's uprising, authorities have suspended or...

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2016-07-19 Turkey

The purge: Sharp backlash after failed coup in Turkey (part 1)

After Turkey's coup attempt, the backlash. Even though the government says only a tiny fraction of the army took part in last Friday's uprising, authorities have suspended or...

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2016-07-18 Truck attack in Nice

Nice attack fallout: Was Bastille Day rampage preventable? (part 1)

A minute of silence has capped three days of national mourning after the Nice attack. It's a ritual that's alas become familiar, but this time with a context that's all its own....

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