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Chris BurnsA crossfire between 3 personalities with diverging opinions and points of view. A straight-to-the-point debate around the main story of the week. Debate will be presented by Chris Burns and guests will be located in 3 different countries in Europe. Each guest will answer the questions, using dynamic production and underlying contrasts between opinions, the programme will provide a clear and uncompromising view of the event, allowing our viewers to compare and form their own opinion.

Is the new European Commission heading for gridlock?

16/10 13:06 CET

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  1. 14/06/2013Post “Arab Spring” Tunisia still in turmoil
  2. 16/05/2013Slovenia’s looming bail-out
  3. 02/05/2013Combating offshore accounts
  4. 18/04/2013Education funding gap in Europe
  5. 04/04/2013Regulating banker bonuses
  6. 22/03/2013Funding dissent
  7. 06/03/2013Fighting over the CAP
  8. 28/02/2013What is the outlook for Italy after the election?
  9. 20/02/2013Is Italy ready for change?
  10. 13/02/2013The next Pope: reformist or traditionalist?
  11. 07/02/2013Angela Merkel: the power-Frau enigma
  12. 24/01/2013Could France’s intervention in Mali spell ‘quagmire’?
  13. 16/01/2013Gay marriage: the same rights for all?
  14. 13/12/2012Overfishing: can the EU influence change?
  15. 23/11/2012The UK and the EU: in or out of the Union?
  16. 09/11/2012How will Obama’s second term effect Europe?
  17. 01/11/2012Could Europe become a federation of regions?
  18. 17/10/2012The Network: US election showdown
  19. 03/10/2012China rising: Will new leadership bring about change?
  20. 28/09/2012European Parliament – time to end the costly travelling circus?
  21. 05/09/2012Car industry’s bumpy road, who’s to blame?
  22. 26/07/2012Is giving up sovereignty the only way to save the euro?
  23. 19/07/2012The Olympics: white elephant or cash cow?
  24. 05/07/2012EU’s global warming battle takes to the skies
  25. 25/06/2012The angry voters of Europe
  26. 06/06/2012Does Greece have a future in the euro?
  27. 24/05/2012Common culture and European cinema
  28. 09/05/2012Will Hollande have the power to change the course of Europe?
  29. 03/05/2012Issues in the French presidential run-off
  30. 19/04/2012How can we deal with extremism in Europe?
  31. 21/03/2012Air strikes or talking – how to deal with Iran
  32. 08/03/2012‘The Network’ goes in search of water
  33. 23/02/2012Putin – Al Capone or a strong leader?
  34. 09/02/2012Syria: Stopping the Bloodshed
  35. 26/01/2012How is Europe coping with the financial crisis?
  36. 20/01/2012Generation Y wants change and now
  37. 05/01/2012‘The Network’ tackles Europe’s pensions crisis
  38. 22/12/2011Arguments run hot and cold over climate change
  39. 08/12/2011Toy safety on The Network
  40. 25/11/2011Could gas reserves further strain Cypriot relations?
  41. 10/11/2011How will Spain fix its economy?
  42. 28/10/2011Propaganda or lessons for the future?
  43. 14/10/2011Should Greece sort out its own problems?
  44. 29/09/2011Are FTAs killing jobs?
  45. 15/09/2011What if the UN recognised an independent Palestinian state?
  46. 21/07/2011The Network debates Afghanistan
  47. 07/07/2011Child-sex tourism debated in The Network
  48. 23/06/2011Food safety and the lessons to be learned
  49. 09/06/2011Turkey’s EU membership ambitions
  50. 26/05/2011Cyberspace and cinema on The Network
  51. 12/05/2011Croatia under the spotlight
  52. 28/04/2011Is Schengen facing EU immigration threat?
  53. 15/04/2011EU bailouts under the spotlight
  54. 31/03/2011Berlusconi in the hot seat