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Jerusalem Crisis: Who will play the peacemaker?

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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 : 2012-11-07

America votes: A divided nation heads to the polls (part 2)

We're now at the end of one of the most polarising and expensive presidential campaigns ever seen in American history. And according to polls, both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney reached election day, stuck in a dead heat. Annette Young and her panel discuss what will happen if either man gets the job.

  • Tim KANE,Chief Economist at Hudson Institute and Founder of the social networking firm, StoryPoint
  • Bob VALLIER, Member of Democrats Abroad
  • Ellen WASYLINA, Member of Republicans Abroad
  • Leah PISAR, Former Advisor to Bill Clinton
  • And our correspondents:
  • Laura BAINES - from Washington, DC
  • Philip CROWTHER -from Boston, MA
  • Nathan KING - from Chicago, IL

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2017-07-24 Israel

Jerusalem Crisis: Who will play the peacemaker?

Violence between Israelis and Palestinians over Jerusalem's holiest site, Haram al-Sharif or the Temple Mount, has surged in recent days after Israel installed metal detectors at...

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2017-07-20 Europe

Polish democracy under threat? EU warns Warsaw over judicial independence

Alarm bells are ringing across Europe as the balance of power changes in Poland. The lower house of parliament has passed a bill allowing the dismissal of Supreme Court justices,...

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2017-07-19 Americas

'Let it fail': Trump's hands-off approach to governing

Six months into his presidency, there's no denying Donald Trump has brought a very different way of governing to the White House. Like his reality TV shows, it's a drama that...

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2017-07-18 Asia-pacific

Tightening the screws: The two faces of Xi Jinping's China

He's already China's most powerful president in decades, so why does Xi Jinping seem to be tightening his grip even further? The strict measures include the treatment of Nobel...

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2017-07-17 Americas

Downward spiral: How to break Venezuela's impasse?

In Venezuela, the downward spiral seems unstoppable. On Sunday, the opposition organised a plebiscite, drawing a mass turnout and a resounding "no" to constitutional change....

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