The unresolved dispute between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian secessionists living in the landlocked enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh is often called a "frozen conflict". But as tensions run high in the region, some fear it could be the perfect tinderbox for a broader regional war. Douglas Herbert asks Nagorno-Karabakh's Foreign Policy Chief whether he fears more fighting to come.
For more than seven years, Derk-Jan Eppink worked as a senior official behind the scenes in the European Commission. His book, "Life of a European Mandarin," gives a rare and ironic glimpse of life in Europe's corridors of power.
Helen Zille, leader of South Africa’s opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) and Prime Minister of the Western Cape Province, talks to FRANCE 24 as the country’s new president, Jacob Zuma, unveils his new cabinet.