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Organic farming in France: Green is the new black

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The World According to Trump (part 1)

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Kim Jong-un, François Fillon, French Police Brutality (part 2)

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Europe market jitters: Political risks give investors cause for concern

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THE DEBATE

A live debate on the topic of the day, with four guests. From Monday to Thursday at 7.10 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2013-03-28

Can the left fix it? (part 2)

François Hollande has only been in power for ten months, but looking at the polls it can seem like a lifetime. Across the Alps, Pier Luigi Bersani’s tenure as Italy’s prime minister could be over before it has even started. François Picard’s panel suggests that the left in recession-hit Europe make a pitch to loosen monetary policy. But will they sell that to the Germans in an election year?

  • Francesco SARACENO. Senior Economist, OFCE;
  • Nicolas GOETZMANN. Strategic Investment Advisor;
  • Mark DEEN. Journalist, Bloomberg News.

Produced by Anelise Borges, François Picard, Claire Williams, Christopher Davis.

Watch the first part here.

By Anelise Borges

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2017-02-15 NATO

NATO's Next Steps: What future with or without the US? (part 1)

The New US Defence Secretary James Mattis dropped a metaphorical bombshell at a NATO meeting in Brussels: if the rest don't pay more, the US may "moderate its commitment". This...

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2017-02-15 defence

NATO's Next Steps: What future with or without the US? (part 2)

The New US Defence Secretary James Mattis dropped a metaphorical bombshell at a NATO meeting in Brussels: if the rest don't pay more, the US may "moderate its commitment". This...

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2017-02-14 Donald Trump

Trump's Troubles: What Flynn's fall says about the new White House (part 1)

Michael Flynn, Donald Trump's national security advisor, has resigned just 24 days into a key role in the new administration - the price paid for misleading the vice president...

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2017-02-14 Donald Trump

Trump's Troubles: What Flynn's fall says about the new White House (part 2)

Michael Flynn, Donald Trump's national security advisor, has resigned just 24 days into a key role in the new administration - the price paid for misleading the vice president...

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2017-02-13 France

The State of the Suburbs: Is France at its Ferguson Moment? (part 2)

The Paris suburbs are the scene of violence and anger in the wake of the alleged sexual assault and beating by police of a 22-year-old black man. The police investigation of the...

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