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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 : 2016-07-06

Moment of truth: Chilcot Inquiry blasts decision to invade Iraq (part 1)

The Chilcot Inquiry has unveiled seven years of findings on Tony Blair's decision to back the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Weapons of mass destruction that were never found, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis killed in a bitter civil war, as well as 179 UK servicemen and women, and a political vacuum that allowed the forefathers of ISIS to thrive. We look at the report's damning conclusions, how it's scarred Britain, and what it means for the UK’s role on the world stage.

Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX and Chris DAVIS.

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2018-09-18 Debate

Syria: Russia and Israel seek to avoid spiral over plane downing

Have they avoided the worst, or simply delayed the inevitable?

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2018-09-13 Debate

Brewing storm: The politics of extreme weather

After heatwaves, monsoons and forest fires this summer, warming ocean temperatures have Hurricane Florence bearing down on the Carolinas and Typhoon Mangkhut soon to batter the...

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2018-09-12 Debate

Battle of values: EU parliament recommends sanctions against Hungary

It started with the Brexit campaign. Now a battle of values is playing out on the continent. The European Parliament, for the first time ever, has voted to sanction Hungary for...

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2018-09-11 Debate

Trump v. the ICC: Does international justice have a future?

Donald Trump's national security advisor is pulling no punches. John Bolton has told conservative legal scholars in Washington that his administration would go so far as to...

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2018-09-10 Debate

Ortega on Nicaragua, Venezuela and Trump's Latin America doctrine

A US-sponsored plot against Nicaragua - that's how that country's veteran president Daniel Ortega sees UN accusations of human rights abuses. What started back in April as...

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