Migrants: “The violence exerted by the State is always stronger in Calais”

Migrants The violence exerted by the State is always stronger

Tribune. Following the tragedy of the death of Yasser, a young Sudanese, on September 28, and faced with the constant deterioration of the living conditions of people in exile in Calais, while the harassment to which they are subject is daily and the violence exercised by the State is always stronger, Philippe, Anaïs and Ludovic … Read more

“In Morocco, the electoral scene is no longer the place of translation of the conflicts which affect society”

In Morocco the electoral scene is no longer the place

To stay up to date with African news, subscribe to the “Monde Afrique” newsletter from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of current events and debates treated by the editorial staff of World Africa. In a polling station in Rabat, September 8, 2021. FADEL SENNA / AFP Tribune. Following the triple … Read more

Turkey: Erdogan’s miscalculation

Turkey Erdogans miscalculation

Editorial of the “World”. What does Recep Tayyip Erdogan play? While the Turkish president’s relations with his NATO partners and with the countries of the European Union (EU) are already quite tumultuous, he is running the risk of further deterioration by threatening to expel ten ambassadors in post in Ankara, including those from France, Germany … Read more

New professional solidarity is born on social networks

New professional solidarity is born on social networks

To analyse. One day, Medhy Addad and Christophe Lagarde, welding trainers in Vierzon, got tired of hearing and noticing that there was a lack of qualified welders. They looked for ways to enhance this profession. And why not a French championship? The competition had fallen into disuse, they bought back the rights. To mount the … Read more

“Small nuclear reactors are an asset for France”

Small nuclear reactors are an asset for France

Tribune. The President of the Republic unveiled, Tuesday, October 12, the main lines of the France 2030 plan, presenting the investments programmed in ten areas of strategic innovation for the future. Among these major options is the investment in small modular nuclear reactors, PRMs (in English, small modular reactor). PRMs are small reactors, with a … Read more

Cédric O: “France 2030 is betting on new players to build France’s industrial future”

Cedric O France 2030 is betting on new players to

Tribune. The action of Emmanuel Macron, since 2015 and his appointment as Minister of the Economy, has been marked by one constant: that of the importance given to innovation and entrepreneurship, and more broadly to those who embody it. From the trip in 2015 to CES, the new technologies exhibition in Las Vegas, to the … Read more

“By letting companies lay off massively, the United States took the risk of breaking the link between employees and employers”

By letting companies lay off massively the United States took

Flyers promoting the quality of work within the Amazon company, during a job fair in Leesburg (Virginia), October 21, 2021. ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP Il floats like a malaise in the labor market in the United States, long considered one of the most dynamic in the world due to its extreme flexibility. Signs of dysfunction … Read more

“Nothing prevents the EU from setting reciprocity rules for imported agricultural products, other than a lack of European ambition”

Nothing prevents the EU from setting reciprocity rules for imported

A demonstration by farmers against the common European agricultural policy in front of the Parliament of Strasbourg, in April 2021. FREDERICK FLORIN / AFP Ne share one observation: farmers are subject to distortions of competition vis-à-vis imports from our trading partners which limit the transition of European agriculture towards more sustainability; the agricultural products that … Read more

“Denouncing colonization is not anti-French”

Denouncing colonization is not anti French

Nadia Henni-Moulaï, author of “Un rêve, deux rives” (Slatkine & Cie, 256 pages, 18 euros). YANN LEGENDRE Ten years after 1954-1962. The Algerian War – Crossed Portraits (The dots on the i’s), the journalist goes deeper into her remarks with One dream, two shores (Slatkine & Cie, 256 pages, 18 euros), or her intertwines with the singular … Read more

“Cervantes Dictionary”, by Jean Canavaggio: an obsessive presence

Cervantes Dictionary by Jean Canavaggio an obsessive presence

Don Quixote and Sancho Pansa, drawing by Honoré Daumier, 19th century. ARTOKOLORO/PHOTONONSTOP “Cervantes Dictionary”, by Jean Canavaggio, Bartillat, 574 p., € 28. More than other writers of his time, Cervantes (1547-1616) left in the works born of his imagination the traces of what Jean Canavaggio characterized as a “Episodic and fragmented autobiography”. And this, not … Read more