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In Conversation With Philippe Moreau Chevrolet

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A conversation with prominent French commentator, Philippe Moreau Chevrolet. Joining host Michael Bociurkiw is the French-Italian actress (and Global Impact alumnu) Melissa Ricci. A host of topics are covered, including: the draconian coronavirus lockdowns in France, the governance style of President Macron, French foreign policy and a set of rapid fire questions to help you become better acquainted with the agenda-setter Philippe!

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