France has the world's third largest diplomatic network after the United States and China. What do these embassies and consulates do? Where are they? What is daily life like for the thousands of French diplomats around the world?

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Episode 2 May, 30 2017 02:53 pm
In Estonia With its 1.5 million inhabitants, bordering the Baltic Sea in northern Europe, Estonia is home to a French community of approximately 300 people. In the capital, Tallinn, the French embassy employs around 20 people. We meet Michel Raineri, France's ambassador in Estonia for the last three years. Directed by: Julien Bur (season 1, France, 2016)
Episode 3 Jun, 06 2017 03:00 pm
In Namibia A country larger than France though with just 2 million inhabitants, Namibia is one of the world's least populous countries. Since the end of the South African protectorate in 1990, France has had an embassy in the capital Windhoek. Jacqueline Bassa-Mazzoni has been running it for three years. Directed by: Julien Bur (season 1, France, 2016)
Episode 4 Jun, 13 2017 02:58 pm
In India India is one of the world's most populous countries with more than a billion inhabitants. Based here for more than 70 years, the French diplomatic mission looks after thousands of expatriates and 100,000 tourists annually. François Richier has been France's ambassador in India for 4 years. Directed by: Julien Bur (season 1, France, 2016)