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François Picard Jul 6
Coalition building part of a silent revolution in French politics? Are grassroots organizations making inroads at the expense of traditional party machines? 's points to 's upset win in Marseille municipal elections...
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François Picard Jul 6
Replying to @chiuni @smidbob
Contrast 'Jupiterean' Macron in the presidential palace with the winners of those local elections who had to cut deals & build alliances to take city halls. In , 's sees a new era for French politics where coalition building is back in fashion...
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François Picard Jul 8
One of study's co-authors warns to expect more lockdowns after & : Spain's low immunity + a chronically underfunded public health system make it impossible to sufficiently contact trace and isolate new clusters...
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Mark Owen 16h
Ready for ’s Divisive Reshuffle: casting error or force for re-election. Guests Jim Shields, Sophie Janine, Marine Calmet, Christophe de Voogd. Via as studio still under lockdown here 19h10 time
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François Picard Jul 6
Replying to @moreauchevrolet
The reshuffle follows green wave in major French cities in municipal elections... but that's not how the rest of the country voted, says . Macron's challenge: the inequality gap that triggered the Yellow Vests movement is now set to widen post-Covid...
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James Wanzala Jul 8
Brazilian President should be a lesson to all world leaders & common citizens that as Kenyan Health Cabinet Secretary said that, "if we treat this disease normally, it will tteat us abnormally." Watching frm Kenya -19
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Niagale Bagayoko Jul 3
’s Independence: what might the next 60 years bring? Guests of Soulayeman Bachir Diagne of
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François Picard Jul 8
Return to lockdown in may seem dramatic to outsiders... but ' argues it's been generally well received. She says 🇦🇺government has learned from crisis management mistakes made handling recent bush fires. More in ...
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François Picard Jul 7
All over for ? Tuesday asks about China ordering tech giants to comply with enhanced police powers as part of the new national security law.
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François Picard Jul 6
Replying to @moreauchevrolet
Hmm. Once again, predicts a 2022 presidential run-off surprise in France: surveys show voters don't want a Macron-Le Pen rematch, he tells "It won't happen the way we think it will happen now. It's impossible. The French are not like that."
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François Picard Jul 6
Will the changing of the guard prove enough for Emmanuel Macron? Monday looks ahead as France braces for a major recession in the run-up to the president's 2022 re-election bid.
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François Picard Jul 8
Replying to @DJMatthewDalton @WSJ
Don't blame so much as the great indoors for dramatic Covid-19 spikes in places like Texas, Florida, Arizona, explains . His piece for ⤵️
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Andy Mok Jul 7
On discussing future of with panel superbly moderated by on Check it out here:
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François Picard Jul 8
Key ingredients for citizens to comply with social distancing and for effective publicly-run contact tracing: trust in leadership & sufficient funding, says 's : "Germany's been brilliant. The UK's been far too late to the table on that score."
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Mark Owen Jul 2
’s Independence: what might the next 60 years bring? made possible by a great team and excellent guests
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François Picard Jul 6
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Mark Owen Jul 1
Setting up for ’s peace plan: blueprint for more Middle East conflict. 19h15 time
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François Picard Jul 6
Why the reshuffle? Ahead of unveiling of new French cabinet, explains why it's out with popular PM and in with the unheralded . More in ...
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François Picard Jul 7
Political turmoil for some... stocks up 40% this year as Chinese firms relocate⤵️ In , pours scorn on banks for sometimes even endorsing . Blame that on pressure from Beijing, argues .
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François Picard Jul 7
FB, Google pushing back against a rear-guard battle? Bluntly put, yes argues . For 's , those against the new sedition law are fueled by "white supremacist ideology". begs to differ... More in
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