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FULL-LENGTH EDITION: Lagarde and Syria

June 12th, 2012
10:40 AM ET

Part 1: Lagarde: Less than three months to save the euro Christine Lagarde tells Christiane Amanpour that action to save the euro is needed in "more shortly than three months." Part 2: Syria: on and ground and Elie Wiesel Two perspectives on the crisis in Syria: NPR correspondent Deborah Amos and Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel.

Lagarde: Three months to save the euro

Syria: on and ground and Elie Wiesel


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  1. cara

    the video doesn't play, except for the ad that precedes which plays flawlessly.

    June 12, 2012 at 11:47 am | Reply
  2. Niederkrüchten 2020

    watchin Lagarde & Westerwelle talkin about the Euro Crisis, u can realize what they both studied – law (same like Obama). When it comes to an understanding of financial markets/technological innovation – they have to trust the lobbyists/experts like Krugman. And here comes the difference of Merkel who studied Physics. She knows at least technical innovation which drives the economy. Our global leader's of the future need to have both – economical and technical understanding.
    (and of course English, I was so surprised to hear speakin Westerwelle in English. Two years ago, he couldn't say a word.)

    June 12, 2012 at 12:43 pm | Reply
  3. ed

    a few weeks ago Romney took a lot of heat on CNN for suggesting that Russia was the #1 Geo Political foe facing today's Presidency. As reports are confirmed of Russia arming Assad in Syria, and Syria being the MOST SIGNIFICANT international hot spot, doesn't Romney's characterization of Russia seem right on the mark. Wonder what Colin Powell has to say today? He was Romney's #1 critic on this issue.

    June 13, 2012 at 9:51 am | Reply

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