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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.

Latest update : 2016-06-01

Disrupted economy: Jobless in the digital age (part 2)

Has globalisation run out of gas? The current mood has been labelled “insurgent”. In France, for example, unions and students are revolting against a labour reform bill. So what kind of job security can we expect in an era where the rules of doing business are constantly being rewritten? With the success of “insurgent” candidates, the looming Brexit referendum, and the rise of nationalists in Europe, is this the end of free trade as we know it?

Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.

By François PICARD

Our guests

Stefanos SCARPETTA

Director for Employment, Labour and Social affairs, OECD

Luca VISENTINI

General Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)

Tuuli KASKINEN

Executive Director, Demos Helsinki Think Tank

Jason KARAIAN

Senior Europe correspondent, Quartz

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2017-11-23 Fatah

Palestinian Reconciliation: Will Fatah, Hamas agreement succeed?

The two leading Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas have agreed to hold general elections by the end of 2018. The decision is being seen by some as a milestone since the last...

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2017-11-22 Lebanon

Hard bargaining: Lebanon prime minister returns and suspends resignation

Two weeks after he stunned everyone by announcing from Saudi Arabia that he was quitting, Saad Hariri finally returned to Beirut to tender his resignation to the country's...

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2017-11-21 Libya

Enslaved in Libya: What to do about exploited African migrants?

A slave auction - in 2017. The video aired last week on CNN, confirming what had come out in a long string of reports and testimony: that Libyans were preying on sub-Saharan...

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2017-11-20 Germany

Has Merkel still got it? German chancellor weakened as coalition talks collapse

Should the rest of Europe worry? Germany's president called on cooler heads to prevail after he received Angela Merkel the day after coalition talks collapsed. She's still in the...

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2017-11-16 COP23

Clearing the air: How to make Paris climate agreement stick?

The planet's getting warmer, faster; China's carbon emissions are back on the rise; India's capital is blanketed in what feels like record smog; and the United States is not only...

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