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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 : 2018-01-23

Did the WannaCry cyber attack make you... want to cry?

Has your life been disrupted by online scammers and fraudsters? Is your trust in conventional news broken amid an increasingly unnavigable landscape of "fake news"? The digital age has brought risks as well as opportunities – and it seems we might not be as well equipped to combat them as we think. This week, we ask a trio of expert MEPs how they think these dangers can be fought – and whether a new €1 million boost to countering disinformation can solve the problem of fake news.

By Catherine NICHOLSON

Our guests

Urmas PAET

Former Estonian Foreign Minister; MEP, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats

Michał BONI

Former Polish minister for digitisation; MEP, European People's Party


Former Slovenian journalist; MEP; Vice-chair of the Socialists and Democrats group


2018-11-12 Talking Europe

'Populism easily turns into the promotion of radical nationalism'

Andreï Kurkov is a Ukrainian writer whose work has been translated into more than 30 languages. Best known for his novel "Death and the Penguin", he spoke to FRANCE 24 about...

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2018-11-12 Talking Europe

Italy vs EU: Budget showdown between Rome and Brussels

Most of us will have memories of our parents telling us to learn the value of money – not spending all our cash as soon as we get it, and always having something in the piggy...

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2018-11-05 Talking Europe

Alexander Stubb: 'Don't blame EU voters for seeking populists'

Our interviewee of the week is a marathon-man politician, a real-life sports fanatic who's now got his eyes on one of the biggest jobs in Europe. Alexander Stubb is a former...

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2018-11-05 Talking Europe

Dirty cash: Can the EU clean up its money-laundering problem?

A flurry of revelations about EU banks being used to launder dirty cash have sullied the bloc's financial reputation in recent weeks and months. The biggest of the recent...

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2018-10-22 Talking Europe

'EU parliament vote will determine heart and soul of Europe for years to come'

With a matter of months to go until European citizens elect their next parliament, there’s already jockeying for position in the race for one job in particular. Once again in...

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