Armen Georgian meets Patrick J. Kennedy, a former US Congressman and a member of America’s most famous political dynasty. He talks about his hopes for galvanizing the Iranian opposition in the light of events in neighbouring Syria. Kennedy also touches on the fiscal cliff talks in the US Congress, and muses on the responsibility that any Kennedy must shoulder in American public life.
John Negroponte recounts his fascinating 44 year long career as a US diplomat, from Honduras in the Cold War to the 2006 invasion of Iraq. We ask him about current US counter terrorism strategies and Obama's handling of the political crisis in Iran.
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, Gabonese Prime Minister Jean Eyeghe Ndong said that it will not be possible to hold the presidential election at the end of July, the constitutional deadline. He may run for the job.
An exclusive interview with Zoya Phan, a Burmese refugee whose father was killed by the Junta, explains the difficulties she faces campaigning, particularly in Burma where she takes her life into her own hands when challenging the regime.