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Paris conference: A coalition against the Islamic State group

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Latest update : 2014-04-25

Ukraine, The Escalation: Is There No Stopping Putin? (part 2)

Ten days ago, we were wondering if the mysterious masked men popping up everywhere in eastern Ukraine signalled a repeat of Crimea, where the seamless takeover by Russia proved irresistible. Now it's clear that history is not exactly repeating itself. In eastern Ukraine, blood has been shed, with the population more divided, and the outcome more uncertain, than in recent weeks. Is the Geneva agreement of one week ago simply a distant memory?

By François PICARD

Our guests

Douglas HERBERT

France 24 International Affairs Editor

Igor RESHETNIAK

Member of Euro-Maidan Collective

Jolyon HOWORTH

Professor of International Relations at Yale University

Marcin ZABOROWSKI

Director of the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

Jim BRANN

Spokesperson, Stop the War Coalition

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2014-09-17 referendum

If Scotland Says 'Aye': Polls Say Indpendence Referendum Too Close to Call

It's too close to call. On Thursday, Scotland decides whether or not to sever ties with the rest of Great Britain. Momentum's swung both ways in the final week of campaigning as...

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2014-09-16 Valérie Trierweiler

Hollande on his own? Socialist backbenchers abstain on confidence vote (part 2)

Latest opinion polls show François Hollande has hit rock bottom and started to dig. As a Socialist who ran as an enemy of finance, he was always going to antagonise the right....

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2014-09-16 Nicolas Sarkozy

Hollande on his own? Socialist backbenchers abstain on confidence vote

Latest opinion polls show François Hollande has hit rock bottom and started to dig. As a Socialist who ran as an enemy of finance, he was always going to antagonise the right....

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2014-09-15 John Kerry

Fighting the Islamic State group: What coalition against jihadists? (part 2)

With jihadists taking over vast swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, it's coalition-building time again. Since the first Gulf war, more than two decades ago, there's been the...

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2014-09-15 Syria

Fighting the Islamic State group: What coalition against jihadists?

With jihadists taking over vast swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, it's coalition-building time again. Since the first Gulf war, more than two decades ago, there's been the...

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