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A rotten spring…

Coronavirus, Society

Listen to this article :   The weather is out of season. At least in Europe: According to the calendar, we are in the middle of spring, yet it is cold; the sky is grey; the sun is nowhere to…

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About humiliation

Coronavirus, Society

Listen to this article : There is nothing more terrible, for a person or for a people, than to feel humiliated. This terrible feeling comes with the sensation of not being treated as you deserve, of having lost your rank,…

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Vaccinated Against Lies

Coronavirus, Society

I am angry to see that European leaders were so naïve, unlike their British and American counterparts, that they had not requested that the pharmaceutical companies to whom they gave research grants also give them priority for the delivery of…

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Even more nomadic than money: talent

Coronavirus, Society

The resolution of a major crisis, such as the one we are experiencing, depends first and foremost on the relevance of the decisions taken in the emergency to try to resolve it. And today, only one decision is necessary: vaccinate…

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The Culture or the life

Art and Culture, Coronavirus

It is a sad fact that culture is one of the main collateral victims of the current pandemic. Indeed, nothing is sadder than empty concert halls, unoccupied theatres, closed cinemas and deserted museums. Nothing is more distressing than dismantled symphony…

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The return of travels…

Coronavirus, Society

This week, for the first time in a year, I got back on a plane.  A long haul. To go to Asia. Then another one, to come back, very quickly. I hadn’t been back in an airport for twelve months,…

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Look for good news

Coronavirus, Positive Economy, Society

The world is certainly going badly. And it will get worse for a long time to come. The pandemic is ahead of us for at least another year; the number of victims will continue to rise sharply, all over the…

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Eating is conversing

Coronavirus, Society

All over the world, and particularly in France, the manner in which we are handling the pandemic is plagued by inconsistencies. It is not just because management methods are very different from one country to another, but also because of…

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