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Gérard Araud

14 Sep
The West’s domination of the world is "over" and we need to arm ourselves, not just with weapons, but also diplomatically to face the new age. That's the view of Gérard Araud, a former French ambassador to Israel, the US and the UN.
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With President-elect Emmanuel Macron poised to take power on Sunday in Paris, French Ambassador to the US Gérard Araud, who served as a diplomatic advisor to the candidate, sat down with FRANCE 24’s Philip Crowther in Washington.

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