Last quote by Sophie Desjardin
Alexandre Vautravers, defence and security specialist at the Global Studies Institute of Geneva University, we have heard the French authorities, not just the media and ordinary people, talk about war, then came the swift bombing of Raqqa. Was that the right response?
Nov 16 2015
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Sophie Desjardin is associated, including Didier Reynders, Bashar al-Assad, and war. Most recently, Sophie Desjardin has been quoted saying: “Media headlines have been declaring that the nightclub tragedy brought down the government, but that's not really what did it, is it?” in the article Romania: Street protests over 'a whole chain of incompetence and corruption'. An other article where Sophie Desjardin has been quoted is West 'can talk to Assad about leaving, with Russia's help'.
Quotes by Sophie Desjardin
Nov 05 2015
Media headlines have been declaring that the nightclub tragedy brought down the government, but that's not really what did it, is it?
Sep 17 2015
Mr Abidi, Bashar al-Assad granted several Russian media an interview yesterday. He talked about the migration crisis in Europe and made this terrible remark: 'It is as if the West is shedding tears for the refugees out of one eye and aiming at them down a gunsight with the other.' apart from that being provocative, is the West caught in a trap with this war?
Jun 05 2015
Didier Reynders, as a veteran of Belgian politics, notably you were finance minister in 1999 and piloted the transition to the euro… How do you see the single currency 15 years later? Was it worth the effort?
Mar 11 2015
We could say it's a tragic accident that could have happened anywhere. But it's not the first time in this kind of programme, where risk-taking is central – and there haven't only been French deaths. What does this tell us about what television has become today?
Dec 09 2013
So to return to politics for a moment and the parliamentary session, was there real unanimity there about the man who devoted his life to reconciliation, or was it feigned?
Dec 09 2013
More than 90 heads of state are due in Johannesburg for the official funeral, ahead of Mandela's burial in his childhood village on Sunday. How do they feel there?
Apr 23 2013
It's quite striking in France how virulent the mobilisation has been in a country that says it's secular and open. What's your explanation for this paradox?
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