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Latest update : 2014-01-08

France in Central African Republic: Already Time for a Surge? (part 2)

Just one month into France's deployment in the Central African Republic, is it already time for a surge? Troops on the ground are unable to operate outside the capital. Any successes are marred by the ethnic bloodshed between the northern, mostly Muslim Séléka militiamen who took over Bangui last April and so-called anti-Balaka forces loyal to the ousted president. Both sides resent the French army, which finds itself in the position of policeman. What's the long view for France?

Produced and prepared by Anelise Borges, Haxie Meyers-Belkin and Christopher Davis

By François PICARD

Our guests

Marie Reine HASSEN

Former CAR Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and candidate at the next presidential elections of the CAR

Richard YUNG

Senator, French Socialist Party

Emmanuel DUPUY

President, Institute for Prospective and Security Studies in Europe

Michael KIRTLEY

Producer, World Memory Film Project

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2016-12-08 Europe

Power to the People? Battle over Brexit and Parliamentary Democracy (part 1)

As the six-month anniversary of the Brexit vote nears, we still have no idea what's going to happen, nor what kind of Brexit Britain really wants. But while the country's highest...

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2016-12-08 Brexit

Power to the People? Battle over Brexit and Parliamentary Democracy (part 2)

As the six-month anniversary of the Brexit vote nears, we still have no idea what's going to happen, nor what kind of Brexit Britain really wants. But while the country's highest...

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2016-12-07 Asia-pacific

Taiwan on the line: Trump phone call alarms China (part 1)

A congratulatory phone call. Why not answer? What's the worst that can happen? Donald Trump answered the call from Taiwan's nationalist president, a first since Washington...

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2016-12-07 China

Taiwan on the line: Trump phone call alarms China (part 2)

A congratulatory phone call. Why not answer? What's the worst that can happen? Donald Trump answered the call from Taiwan's nationalist president, a first since Washington...

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2016-12-06 FRANCE 24

France 24 turns ten: How to cover a changing world (part 1)

On December 6th, 2006, we flicked the switch on France 24. Yes we have aged, but have we matured? That'll be for you to judge as we look back at the singular events that have...

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