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Europe's Final Countdown: 48 hours before the Greek referendum

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Hillary Clinton: Loves ice tea, doesn't know how to use a fax machine

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Is a 'Grexit' something to be afraid of?

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Egypt cracks down on media

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'Hands off Les Guignols'

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Egypt at daggers drawn (part 2)

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Egypt at daggers drawn (part 1)

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What do capital controls mean for Greece?

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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.

THE DEBATE

THE DEBATE

Latest update : 2013-04-10

North Korea: Keep calm?

If Kim Jong-un wants warmer relations with Washington, he's a got a funny way of showing it. François Picard's panel argues over the new North Korean leader's motives for ratcheting up the rhetoric and China's long-term interests in the Korean peninsula.

  • Antoine BONDAZ, Visiting Fellow at the IRII Center of Korea University;
  • Alexandre DEL VALLE, Political scientist, Institut Choiseul;
  • Ge YU, Political Strategist, DCI Group (from Washington, DC);
  • Jean Vincent BRISSET, Director of research, IRIS. Former Air Force General (from Gigean, France).

Produced by Christopher Davis, Mark Thompson, Sara Bertilsson

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Egypt at daggers drawn (part 2)

Egypt's leader, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, vows to fight fire with fire in a week marked by a high-profile political assassination in Cairo and a bold attack by IS group-affiliated...

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2015-07-02 Egypt

Egypt at daggers drawn (part 1)

Egypt's leader, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, vows to fight fire with fire in a week marked by a high-profile political assassination in Cairo and a bold attack by IS group-affiliated...

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2015-07-01 eurozone

Greece: Better deal or bust (part 2)

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2015-07-01 eurozone

Greece: Better deal or bust (part 1)

Europe has now entered a whole new phase of uncertainty. Greece has become the first EU nation to miss a payment to the International Monetary Fund. As the continent holds its...

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2015-06-30 Turkey

Turkey's Border Bother: Ankara wary of emboldened Kurds (part 2)

Could Turkey be preparing to intervene in Syria? The president chaired a national security council meeting on Monday after fiery remarks last Friday. The same Erdogan was accused...

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