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Deneuve vs. #MeToo: Exploring feminism 'à la française'

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Meryl Streep on gender equality: 'Something has cracked wide open'

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Trump's presidency, one year in: 365 days of outrageous tweets and blunders

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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.

Latest update : 2012-10-17

Revolt of the French 'pigeons' (part 2)

Could a flock of pigeons reshape French attitudes to business? French slang for "fall guys", the pigeons have proven their point and got the government to back down on new capital gains taxes for small business. François Picard’s panel looks at the pros and cons of starting a company in a no-growth economy.

  • Marie EKELAND. Co-founder, France Digitale;
  • Stéphane DEHOCHE. President and CEO, Neolane;
  • Corinne NARASSIGUIN. MP, French citizens abroad (North America);
  • Mark DEEN. Journalist, Bloomberg News;
  • Romain RANCIERE. Professor of economics, Paris School of Economics (from Washington).

Produced François Picard, Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel, Isabelle Sarton du Jonchay.

Watch the first part here.

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2018-01-18 Europe

'Entente cordiale', but at what cost on the road to Brexit?

Emmanuel Macron has over 50 million reasons to be cheerful after his meeting with Theresa May this Thursday. The Franco-British Summit at the Sandhurst military school in eastern...

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2018-01-17 Europe

Poland's existential struggle: Abortion debate spurs protests over right-wing shift

Women across Poland have taken to the streets wearing black as a sign of mourning for their reproductive rights, which they say are under threat from the ruling conservative Law...

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2018-01-16 Emmanuel Macron

Macron on migration: Humanity or closed-border policy?

Emmanuel Macron has made his first visit to Calais as French leader. After talking with some migrants and listening to their stories, Macron said he would not allow another...

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2018-01-15 Africa

Tunisia's revolutionary fire: Fresh protests, seven years after Arab Spring

It's been seven years since the uprising that saw a wind of change blow across North Africa. The Arab Spring began with the exit of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in Tunisia. Nine...

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2018-01-11 Europe

Merkel's last chance? German chancellor in crunch coalition talks

Germany has been in a holding pattern since September 24, when citizens voted in a general election where the big centre-right and centre-left blocs underperformed badly. And...

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