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Jerusalem Crisis: Who will play the peacemaker?

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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 : 2013-07-02

Egypt: Return of the army? (part 2)

Now that the army has given Mohamed Morsi 48 hours to reach a deal or else, François Picard’s panel argues over whether it’s right to push out the democratically-elected president of Egypt... and whether the army will stick to its pledge to this time stay out of politics.

  • Hanna YOUSEF, Egyptian activist member of the "Tamarod Rebellion Campaign";
  • Steven EKOVICH, Professor of Political Science, American University of Paris;
  • Mona MAKRAM EBEID, Professor of Political Sciences, American University of Cairo, Former MP at the National Assembly (Pro-army);
  • Zaïnab YASSIN, Member of the Freedom and Justice Party;
  • Kathryn STAPLEY, France 24 correspondent in Egypt.

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    Programme prepared and produced by Anelise Borges, Mary Colombel and Diaraye Bah

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2017-07-24 Israel

Jerusalem Crisis: Who will play the peacemaker?

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2017-07-20 Europe

Polish democracy under threat? EU warns Warsaw over judicial independence

Alarm bells are ringing across Europe as the balance of power changes in Poland. The lower house of parliament has passed a bill allowing the dismissal of Supreme Court justices,...

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2017-07-19 Americas

'Let it fail': Trump's hands-off approach to governing

Six months into his presidency, there's no denying Donald Trump has brought a very different way of governing to the White House. Like his reality TV shows, it's a drama that...

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2017-07-18 Asia-pacific

Tightening the screws: The two faces of Xi Jinping's China

He's already China's most powerful president in decades, so why does Xi Jinping seem to be tightening his grip even further? The strict measures include the treatment of Nobel...

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2017-07-17 Americas

Downward spiral: How to break Venezuela's impasse?

In Venezuela, the downward spiral seems unstoppable. On Sunday, the opposition organised a plebiscite, drawing a mass turnout and a resounding "no" to constitutional change....

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