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Latest update : 2017-12-28

What has become of the May '68 student movement that changed France?

In 2018, France marks the 50th anniversary of a defining moment in its collective history: The 1968 student protests. But what were they really about? What did they change? And what do they mean for French society today? François Picard hosts a panel to discuss the ’68 protests that involved students and trade unions alike.

Programme produced by Charles WENTE and Tatiana REITER.

By François PICARD

Our guests

Anna-Louise MILNE

Author, "May 68: Rethinking France's Last Revolution"

Brice LALONDE

Former President, UNEF Student Union - Sorbonne University

François CUSSET

Writer and historian

Bruno BARBEY

Photographer, Magnum Photo Agency

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2018-10-22 Debate

The Nativist: Trump warns of migrant 'emergency' ahead of midterms

Will Donald Trump defy the odds again like in 2016 when the polls got it oh so wrong? Two weeks ahead of the US midterm elections, the president has honed a simple narrative:...

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2018-10-18 Debate

India's #MeToo moment: Why women are now calling out sexual harassment

A watershed moment for India's #MeToo movement. Only it's not he says, she says, but rather he sues, they come forth. Distinguished newspaperman and academic M.J. Akbar says he's...

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2018-10-17 Debate

Where do you draw the line? Brexit deadline summit stumbles over Irish border

The Irish border is the biggest hurdle at a deadline summit on concluding the terms of divorce between Britain and the rest of the European Union. As a safeguard in case there's...

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2018-10-16 Debate

Macron malaise: Can the French president reverse his plummeting popularity?

You'd think it would be easy to appoint an interior minister. After a two-week vacancy and several snubs, Emmanuel Macron has settled on loyal insider Christophe Castaner. The...

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2018-10-15 Debate

Saudi Arabia under pressure: Crown prince defiant over Khashoggi disappearance

Can Mohammed bin Salman ride out the storm? The Saudi crown prince is defiant over threats of sanctions after the disappearance of Jamal Khashogghi. There's growing outrage over...

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