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samedi, février 4, 2023

Le Débat sur France24 : « Méduterranée : L’Europe face au défi Turc ? »

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Une émission préparée par Mélissa KALAYDJIAN, Flore SIMON et Morgane MINAIR sur France24.

“L’Europe regarde au sud ce jeudi. Conviés par Emmanuel Macron en sommet en Corse, les dirigeants européens du bord de la Méditerranée sont invités par la France à serrer les rangs. En face, la Turquie prospecte et menace : à elle les eaux de la Méditerranée orientale, jusque-là revendiquées par la Grèce. Une zone soupçonnée de renfermer plus de 3000 milliards de mètres cubes de gaz. L’Europe saura-t-elle s’unir et parler d’une même voix face au défi turc ?”

Les participants :

  • Nora SENI, Professeure à l’Institut de géopolitique de l’université Paris-VIII, ancienne directrice de l’Institut français d’études anatoliennes à Istanbul
  • Marc SEMO, Rédacteur en chef adjoint Débats et idées Le Monde
  • Béligh NABLI, Maître de conférences en droit public, auteur de “Géopolitique de la Méditerranée” (éditions Armand Colin, 2015)
  • Joëlle DALÈGRE, Spécialiste de la Grèce contemporaine et de ses relations avec la Turquie
  • Alexia KEFALAS, Correspondante France 24 à Athènes

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