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French police have been unable to put an end to the nights of violence following the deaths of two teenagers twelve days ago. We’ll talk about the ongoing unrest, the French government’s response, and longer term implications.
- Patrick Jarreau Deputy editor, Le Monde
- Nicolas de Boisgrollier Visiting fellow, Center on the United States and Europe at The Brookings Institution
- Bruce Stokes National Journal, international economics columnist German Marshall Fund, fellow
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