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Playing fair and paying fair: Copyright law gets an internet-age overhaul

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TALKING EUROPE

Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.

Latest update : 2014-05-15

France 24's caravan heads to... France

Lille is a vibrant and welcoming place. But the former industrial belt around it has long become a stronghold for Marine Le Pen’s National Front. As local journalist Hervé Havre points out, the far-right party is now on track to become the strongest political force nationwide.

Also: a bureaucratic monster or an EU success story? We look at the EU’s multi-billion euro Common Agricultural Policy and we ask why a disease plaguing Britain’s ash trees has become a metaphor for the role of the UK in Europe.

Reports by Claire Williams, Alix Le Bourdon and Donia Nouar.

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2018-09-24 Talking Europe

Austrian government spokesman: ‘Still possible to agree on Brexit deal before end of October’

What a few days it's been for Europe: Leaders of the EU's 28 member states came together in the historic Austrian city of Salzburg. Not for a fun spin on the Sound of Music tour,...

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2018-09-24 Talking Europe

Playing fair and paying fair: Copyright law gets an internet-age overhaul

This week, we talk about an issue that involves artists, pirates, the former Beatle Paul McCartney, a founding member of the Fugees and some of the best known and most highly...

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2018-09-17 Talking Europe

Former German diplomat Joachim Bitterlich: 'We cannot accept any extremism'

A former German diplomat and advisor to Helmut Kohl, Joachim Bitterlich is now an advisor to the Austrian presidency of the EU and professor at the ESCP business school in Paris....

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2018-09-17 Talking Europe

The State of the Union: Is the EU steering down the right path?

"Making our imperfect union ever more perfect": that was the stated aim of European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, as he delivered his final State of the Union address...

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2018-09-10 Talking Europe

Guy Verhofstadt: 'We will not change EU rules just because Britain is leaving'

No deal? No way! So says Guy Verhofstadt, a former prime minister of Belgium, and the man who heads up the EU Parliament's Brexit steering group. Verhofstadt tells FRANCE 24 why...

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