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Nourchene Cherif

Nourchene Cherif Creator and editor of the International Chronicle. Editor at the Georgetown Journal of International Law Vol. 48. Master of Laws in US Law, International Environmental Law, International Arbitration, International Dispute Resolution and WTO Studies at Georgetown University Law Center (2017). Master of Laws from the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne in International Trade Law and International Arbitration and a Bachelor of Laws in International Public Law. A Lawyer in training at the Paris Bar. Former Lecturer in Law at the Sorbonne Law SchooL. From 2012 to 2013, regular chronicles about the art and culture scene in Paris with the Radio Europe 1. Interned at the Litigation Division of the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia in Washington D.C.

Web Site: http://www.theinternationalchronicle.com


La France vers un Renouveau des Institutions

May 7, 2017
La France vers un Renouveau des Institutions

                    Dans le climat récent tendu d’élections de deuxième tour où on s’est demandé comment un parti d’extrême droite ait pu arriver à presque 40% d’intention de vote et a réussi à avoir 34% des voix au deuxième tour, si le péril est dépassé cette...
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The US elections and the need to bridge the Great Divide

November 9, 2016
The US elections and the need to bridge the Great Divide

  In WWII, fighting for Freedom, Liberty and Dignity was hard yet those who chose these ideals were in the same side against tyranny and oppression. Then the Cold War divided this side in two. And one November 9, 1989, East Germany opened the Berlin Wall. Nowadays, we have calls for building new ones…...
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Beyond Anthems and Flags, The Rio Olympics celebrating our shared humanity

August 8, 2016
Beyond Anthems and Flags, The Rio Olympics celebrating our shared humanity

  Yusra Mardini swam with her sister 3 hours to save her life and guide a sinking boat pushing it to safe shore saving twenty lives. ‪After reaching the greek shores, Yusra arrived to Germany where she continued her training and was selected to join the refugee Olympic team where she just won her first...
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Legal update on Nuclear Agreement with Iran

July 17, 2015
Legal update on Nuclear Agreement with Iran

  IRAN The International Law Firm Dechert gives a legal update on the Announced Nuclear Agreement with Iran underlying the main points : Significant Easing of Iran Sanctions in Sight, but Only Outside of the United States Iran and the P5+1 countries (United States, Russia, China, United Kingdom, France and Germany) on 14 July 2015...
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Les fantasmes autour du Nouveau programme scolaire en Histoire

April 28, 2015
Les fantasmes autour du Nouveau programme scolaire en Histoire

FRANCE Un mot sur l’article de Mme Madeleine de Jessey publié au Figaro : Voici une secrétaire nationale de l’UMP, Professeur agrégée de lettres classiques pas spécialement qualifiée sur les questions de programme d’histoire qui publie un article alarmant au Figaro sur le nouveau programme scolaire en histoire où l’islam deviendrait obligatoire et le christianisme...
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The Fall of the wall towards education for All

October 3, 2014
The Fall of the wall towards education for All

GERMANY The news from Germany right before the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall: all Universities will be free of charge, no more tuition fees. This is a great advancement for the right to education as a fundamental right and its timing right before the celebration of the fall of the...
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Une justice sociale au delà de la répression

August 14, 2014
Une justice sociale au delà de la répression

FRANCE Opinion: Je suis pour la liberté d’expression et dénoncer toute entrave à la République. Mais oeuvrer pour la justice n’est pas celle d’une justice privée où on purge des frustrations personnelles, la justice doit avoir une finalité sociale, donc non pas vindicative mais réhabilitante. L’idée n’est donc pas de dénoncer dans un but...
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Farewell to a good laugh hunting

August 12, 2014
Farewell to a good laugh hunting

LOS ANGELES The world says his farewell this monday to a great man with incredible talent and an irresistible humanity that gave the world a therapy of laughs. I met Robin Williams briefly in a café once in Paris few years back and he was sitting there, he seemed so shy and did not show...
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Thinking Trade Not just Aid

May 8, 2014
Thinking Trade Not just Aid

RWANDA Growing coffee in Rwanda is a nice business initiative and a new way to think relations with disadvantaged countries as new potential partners. Although the benefits of aid are with no doubt necessary for immediate relief, the difference between aid and trade is sustainability.  New Business means creating jobs and improving the economy. It’s about...
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LUCIO FONTANA Rétrospective

April 25, 2014
LUCIO FONTANA Rétrospective

Le Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris présente l’une des plus importantes rétrospectives de Lucio Fontana (1899-1968). Considéré comme un des grands visionnaires du vingtième siècle, son œuvre a marqué plusieurs générations d’artistes, d’Yves Klein à aujourd’hui. Pour la première fois en France depuis 1987, plus de 200 sculptures, toiles, céramiques et...
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