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THE INTERVIEW

An interview with a French or international personality from the world of economics, politics, culture or diplomacy. Every Wednesday at 4.45 pm Paris time and Saturday at 7.45 am.

Latest update : 2013-02-22

Kristalina Georgieva, European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid

Kristalina Georgieva, who has recently come back from Mali, speaks to Marc Perelman about the need to stabilise the country’s food security situation. Already struggling to cope with several droughts, Malians now face political instability, ethnic tensions and a continuing Islamist threat that have worsened the food crisis.

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2018-01-13 United Nations

Louise Arbour: Negative attitude towards migration 'completely self-defeating'

Louise Arbour, the UN Special Representative for International Migration, sits down with FRANCE 24 to discuss the Global Compact on Migration, a non-binding deal she hopes to...

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2018-01-12 Europe

Turkish writer Asli Erdogan: 'Thousands of students are in jail for one tweet'

She has the same name and nationality as the Turkish president, but the similarities stop there. Writer Asli Erdogan is an outspoken critic of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on...

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2018-01-10 Asia-pacific

North, South Korea talks 'happened in spite of Trump, not because of him'

Earlier this week, negotiators from North and South Korea held rare talks, giving the rest of the world some hope of a possible easing of tensions. The dialogue was focused on...

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2018-01-03 Iran

Iran analyst Suzanne Maloney: 'Iran protests should not be taken lightly'

France 24 interviews Suzanne Maloney, who served on the policy planning staff to Condoleezza Rice when President George W. Bush was in office. Now a senior fellow at the...

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2017-12-26 Europe

Chemicals in our everyday environment ‘are poisoning our brains’

Barbara Demeneix, a researcher on endocrine disruptors and author of “Toxic Cocktail – How Chemical Pollution is Poisoning Our Brains”, has found that chemicals in our foods,...

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