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Arms race in Syria: US and Russia trade accusations as killing spirals (Part 2)

An escalating war of words between Washington and Moscow mirrors an escalating arms race for Syria. François Picard’s panel reacts to a France 24 report that goes to the big Paris arms expo to show how weapons sales can be both bashed and blessed by the same politicians.

  • Aymeric ELLUIN, Head of campaign "Arms & Impunity", Amnesty International;
  • Anton KOSLOV, Associate professor, American Graduate School of International Diplomacy;
  • Bilal Y. SAAB, Visiting Fellow, Monterey Institute;
  • Rahaf HARFOUSH, Information Technology Consultant.

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2014-10-23 Canada

Canada's jihadists: Country in shock after spate of attacks (part 2)

Canada is in shock. Twice in three days, recent converts to radical Islam have carried out attacks in this usually peaceful nation. Were this week's attacks avoidable? Will more...

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2014-10-23 Canada

Canada's jihadists: Country in shock after spate of attacks

Canada is in shock. Twice in three days, recent converts to radical Islam have carried out attacks in this usually peaceful nation. Were this week's attacks avoidable? Will more...

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2014-10-22 DR Congo

Rape as a weapon of war: How to stop impunity in eastern Congo? (part 2)

One person can make a difference in the fight to stop mass rape in conflict zones. François Picard’s panel includes a colleague of Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege, who has...

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2014-10-22 DR Congo

Rape as a weapon of war: How to stop impunity in eastern Congo?

One person can make a difference in the fight to stop mass rape in conflict zones. François Picard’s panel includes a colleague of Congolese gynaecologist Denis Mukwege, who has...

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2014-10-21 crime

Oscar Pistorius sentenced: Does the punishment fit the crime? (part 2)

A five-year sentence; at least eight months behind bars before early release. South African paralympic star Oscar Pistorius has been sentenced in Pretoria after a trial that...

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