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French In the loop November 28: la victoire de François Fillon  

Cette semaine, Nicholas Vinocur et Pierre Briançon analysent la victoire de François Fillon, désormais candidat à l'élection présidentielle.

French In the loop November 22: la percée fulgurante de François Fillon  

Cette semaine, Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent la percée fulgurante de François Fillon au premier tour de primaire de la droite et du centre.

French In the loop November 14: Donald Trump et la politique en France  

Cette semaine, Nicolas Vinocur et Pierre Briançon parlent de l'élection de Donald Trump et de son influence sur la politique en France.

French In the loop November 3: du débat de la droite et des problèmes du Front National  

Cette semaine, Nicholas Vinocur et Pierre Briançon parlent du débat de la droite, des finances de campagne et des problèmes du Front National.

French In the loop October 20: la virée bruxelloise de Macron, du tourment d'Hollande  

Nicholas Vinocur et Pierre Briançon parlent de la virée bruxelloise d'Emmanuel Macron, du tourment de François Hollande, de la percée de François Fillon.

French In the loop October 13: le premier débat de la primaire de droite  

Cette semaine, Nicholas Vinocur et Pierre Priançon analysent le premier débat de la primaire de droite, la solitude de François Hollande et l'avenir de Manuel Valls.

French In the loop October 5: le SMS de François Hollande et la veste d'Alain Juppé  

Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent les "piques" d'Emmanuel Macron, le SMS de François Hollande, la veste d'Alain Juppé.

French In the loop September 29: la bataille Sarkozy-Juppé et l'optimisme de François Hollande  

Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent la bataille Sarkozy-Juppé, l'optimisme de François Hollande et le dernier budget du quinquennat.

French In the loop September 20: Sarkozy 2.0 et le dilemme de François Hollande  

Cette semaine, Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent Sarkozy 2.0, les difficultés de Marine Le Pen et le dilemme de François Hollande.

French In the loop September 20: Sarkozy 2.0 et le dilemme de François Hollande  

Cette semaine, Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent Sarkozy 2.0, les difficultés de Marine Le Pen et le dilemme de François Hollande.

French In the loop September 15: le cas Alstom et l'affaire Cahuzac  

Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent le cas Alstom, l'affaire Cahuzac et le faux suspense autour d'une candidature de François Hollande à l'élection présidentielle.

German In the loop September 8: 'Das diskreditiert Europa'  

Ist Europa noch zu retten? Ja sicher, sagt der Publizist Thomas Schmid, aber wollen muss man. Schmid, früher Chefredakteur und Herausgeber der Welt, ist zu Gast bei 'In the Loop', POLITICO's Podcast auf Deutsch. Er legt den Finger in die frischeste Wunde der EU: Eine Abschaffung der Roaming-Gebühren würde Europa erfahrbar machen, sagte er. "Wenn ich in Griechenland bin, bin ich immer noch zu Hause", sagt Schmid — und ärgert sich darüber, dass es nun nur 90 Tage im Jahre Heimatgefühl im EU-Ausland geben soll. "Das muss man ein bisschen klüger planen", sagt er. "Jetzt kommt das Kleingedruckte hinterher, und das diskreditiert Europa."

French In the loop September 7: des problèmes judiciaires de Sarkozy et des livres de Hollande  

Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur parlent de la rentrée de Marine Le Pen, des problèmes judiciaires de Nicolas Sarkozy et des livres de François Hollande.

In the loop September 3: Apple vs the Commission, the TTIP Political Ticket, French Elections  

This week, Bjarke Smith-Meyer speaks to Playbook writer Ryan Heath about the Apple aftermath, following the European Commission's state aid decision this week. Trade and agriculture editor Christian Oliver speaks about TTIP and the growing call from politicians to end negotiations between the EU and the U.S. Finally, Paris correspondent Nicholas Vinocur explains what is happening in France, after Emmanuel Macron stepped down as the minister of economy earlier this week. What was behind his decision? And what does the resignation mean for President François Hollande?

French In the loop September 1: la 'trahison' de Macron et des insultes à droite et de Marine Le Pen  

Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur parlent de la "trahison" de Macron, des insultes à droite et de Marine Le Pen au défi du Trumpisme.

In the loop August 30: Gülen in Europe, Labour party election, driverless cars  

This week, Bjarke Smith-Meyer and Laurens Cerulus speak to reporter Giulia Paravicini about the spread of the Fethullah Gülen movement across Europe. Supporters of the movement say they’ve suffered intimidation since the attempted coup in Turkey. Tech reporter Joanna Plucinska speaks about driver-less cars. Is this still far from reality in Europe? Finally, U.K. Chief political correspondent Tom McTague explains what is happening in the British Labour party. Its members will be voting on a new leader soon. How likely is it that Jeremy Corbyn will be replaced by his challenger Owen Smith?

French In the loop August 22: la candidature d'Arnaud Montebourg et le narcissisme en politique  

Cette semaine, Pierre Briançon et Nicholas Vinocur analysent la déclaration de candidature d'Arnaud Montebourg, la droitisation de la droite, et le narcissisme en politique.

In the loop August 20: Kosovo's Olympic Gold, Mental check-ups for Pilots, Guantanamo Bay  

This week, Bjarke Smith-Meyer and Laurens Cerulus speak to Kosovo's olympic gold winner, Majlinda Kelmendi, and ask what the win means for her country. New transport reporter Josh Posaner speaks about the challenges facing European pilots amid new potential checkups on mental health, following the tragic crash of the Germanwings Airbus A320 on March 24, 2015. Finally, Washington reporter and foreign affairs correspondent Nahal Toosi joins to discuss the detention center on Guantanamo Bay and why the prison is so difficult to close down.

In the loop August 6: BoE Governor Mark Carney, Hinkley Point C, Carrie's move to Washington  

This week, Bjarke Smith-Meyer and Nicholas Hirst speak to POLITICO's London City reporter Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli, about the Bank of England's interest rate cut on Thursday and the measures that Governor Mark Carney is taking to prevent a potential economic fallout in the U.K. Energy reporter Sara Stefanini talks about the potential breakup between France, the U.K. and China over the controversial Hinkley Point C project. And finally Nicholas and Bjarke sit down with Carrie Budoff Brown to speak about her big move to the POLITICO newsroom in Washington, where she will soon take the helm as the media's head editor.

In the loop July 30: Democratic convention, French & German terror attacks, Volkswagen, Bloomberg  

This week, Bjarke Smith-Meyer talks with Playbook writer Ryan Heath who has been in the U.S. to attend the Republican and Democratic party conventions, about Hillary Clinton's Presidential candidacy. Managing editor Florian Eder talks about the series of terror attacks that have hit Germany, reporter Maia de la Baume talks about the French attacks. Energy reporter Kalina Oroschakoff joins to discuss the aftermath of the Volkswagen Dieselgate. Why are the European and U.S. approach that different? Finally we look into Bloomberg's lobbying efforts in Brussels against a Silicon Valley startup, called Symphony.

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