Geopolitics

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Must We Defend the European Way of Life?

Geopolitics, Society

The controversy that stemmed from the job title of European Commissioner in charge of, among other things, immigration (“in charge of protecting the European way of life”) deserves to be scrutinized; but perhaps not for the reasons we believe. Many…

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On a Powder Keg, Once Again

Geopolitics, Positive Economy, Society

The terrifying accident at the Russian weapons and ammunition warehouse in Achinsk, Russia, not far from Krasnoyarsk, is a grating metaphor of what is happening around the world. And, it is still perfectly avoidable: the accumulation of ammunition and weapons,…

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Should we let those who try to leave hell die?

Geopolitics, Society

In the midst of countless signs of deteriorating international cooperation, and a cold and proud resurgence of selfishness, particularly toward future generations, we can only welcome the initiative taken by France to find a solution to the tragedy of migrants…

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For Europe: Reversing the Trend

Geopolitics, Society

Today, for many people, the European election represents an exercise where political figures are imposed on them, and also where citizens of the continent are regularly asked to vote for Members of Parliament whom they do not know, whose actions…

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Extreme Urgency and Possible

Geopolitics, Society

When I happen to be simultaneously confronted with two seemingly unrelated problems, I begin by examining whether, by chance, one could be the solution for the other. And it works, more often than we think. This is particularly the case…

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The Return of Violence

Geopolitics, Society

Today, violence is everywhere. It can be found in all dimensions of society, and not only in France. Violence against homosexuals, journalists, teachers, politicians, and anyone who can make a little difference, or have a little bit of influence or…

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Democracy is Digging its Own Grave

Geopolitics, Society

While countless crises are lurking around the corner—and can be extremely catastrophic on the financial, economic, social, ecological fronts—meanwhile in China, Russia, Turkey and India, undemocratic powers are implementing reforms to face these crises, but also rejecting human rights. And…

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How to Topple a Dictatorship

Geopolitics, Non classifié(e), Society

After much progress in the 1990s, marked by the collapse of the Soviet bloc and the evolution of Latin America, democracy now seems to be in decline. There were also, however, new advances that occurred recently. More precisely, in Morocco,…

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