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World Politics Review managing editor Judah Grunstein appeared on the France 24 panel discussion program, The Debate, on Tuesday to discuss President Barack Obama’s foreign policy. Part one of the video can be found here. Part two can be found here.

WPR on France 24, July 15, 2009

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World Politics Review managing editor Judah Grunstein appeared on the France 24 short-form interview program, Top Story, today, to discuss Syria’s significance to the Obama administration’s regional policy in the Middle East. The video can be found here.

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World Politics Review managing editor Judah Grunstein appeared on France 24’s panel discussion program, The World This Week, on Friday to discuss the riots in Xinjiang, the G-8 summit and Obama’s visit to Kenya, along with Anthony Bellanger of Courrier International, Billie O’Kadameri of Radio France International, and Elie Masbounji of l’Orient le Jour. Part One can be seen here. Part Two can be seen here.

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World Politics Review managing editor Judah Grunstein appeared on France 24’s panel discussion program, The Debate, last Thursday to discuss President Barack Obama’s speech in Cairo. Guests included the NY Times’ Paris bureau chief Steven Erlanger, and author Irshad Manji. Part one can be seen here. Part two can be seen here.

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World Politics Review managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared yesterday on France 24’s French-language panel discussion program, Le Débat, to discuss the meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Part one can be seen here. Part two can be seen here.

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World Politics Review managing editor Judah Grunstein made two appearances yesterday on France 24. In the morning, he appeared on the short-format program, “Face Off,” to discuss the recent violence in Iraq. The English-language segment can be seen here. The French-language segment is not yet available online. In the evening, he appeared on the long-format panel discussion program, “The Debate,” to discuss the possible banning of the political party founded by controversial French political humorist, Dieudonné. The English-dubbed version of the program can be seen here (part one) and here (part two). The French-language segment can be found here (part […]

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World Politics Review managing editor, Judah Grunstein, will appear as a guest commentator on France 24, from 9-12 EST, during live coverage of President Barack Obama’s arrival at the 60th anniversary NATO summit in Kehl, Germany and Strasbourg, France.

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World Politics Review managing editor Judah Grunstein appeared on France 24’s short-form discussion program, Face Off, to discuss Pakistan and Afghanistan. The English-language segment can be found here. The French-language segment can be found here.

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World PoliticsReview managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on France 24’s French-language paneldiscussion program, Le Débat, to discuss France’s reintegration of the NATO integrated military command, alongside Paul Quilès (former minister of defense under François Mitterand), Guillaume de Rougé and Jean-Louis Dufour. Part one can be seen here. Part two can be seen here.

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World Politics Review’s managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared yesterday on France 24’s short-format interview program, Top Story, to discuss the prospects for U.S.-Syrian rapprochement. You can find the video here.

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World Politics Review managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on France 24’s panel discussion program, The Debate, to discuss the Israeli elections alongside Hanan Ashwari, J.J. Goldberg, and Danny Danon. Part one can be seen here. Part two can be seen here.

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World Politics Review managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on two France 24 short-format programs, Face Off and Face à Face, this morning to discuss George Mitchell’s chances for success in brokering a stable ceasefire and longterm peace accord. English-language program here, French-language program here.

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World Politics Review’s managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on the French-language edition of France 24’s panel discussion, Le Débat, alongside European Parliament Member Véronique de Keyser, historian Anne Graatz and Bassam Tayara, Paris bureau chief for the Lebanese daily Al Akhbar. Topics of discussion were President Obama’s Al Arabiya interview, Middle East policy and the appointment of George Mitchell as Special Envoy. Part one of the program can be found here. Part two can be found here.

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World Politics Review’s managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on France 24’s panel discussion, The Debate, yesterday evening, to discuss expectations and realistic possibilities for President Barack Obama’s domestic policies, as well as the impact of his election on race relations in America. Part one of the program can be found here. Part two can be found here.

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World Politics Review’s managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on France 24’s panel discussion, Politics, yesterday evening, alongside French Parliament Deputy Jacques Myard, European Parliament Deputy Alain Lipietz, and Middle East specialist Barah Mikaïl. Topics of discussion were the impact of the Israel-Hamas War on France, as well as French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s mediation efforts in the conflict. Part one of the program can be found here. Part two can be found here.

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World Politics Review’s managing editor, Judah Grunstein, appeared on France 24’s panel discussion, The Debate, yesterday evening to discuss Syria’s role in an eventual ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Part one of the program can be found here. Part two can be found here.

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