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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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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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A turning point for democracy in Hong Kong

October 3, 2014
A turning point for democracy in Hong Kong

HONG KONG From Hong Kong: the original article published on scmp.com Cliff Buddle says Hongkongers deserve the right to freely elect their leader and this crisis can lead to change – if our chief executive, business sector and democrats all play their part in easing Beijing’s concerns. The dramatic scenes of mass protest on...
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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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Is the Emperor Naked? The End of the Muslim Brotherhood Project in Egypt?

July 9, 2013
Is the Emperor Naked? The End of the Muslim Brotherhood Project in Egypt?

  EGYPT: The new man at the top, Adly Mansour, is one of Egypt’s longest serving judges. Mansour takes over after the military said that Morsi had failed to meet what it said were the demands of the Egyptian people. Although Morsi acknowledged that he had made some mistakes, five months into his leadership, he decreed...
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International Reactions to Morsi’s Ouster

July 9, 2013
International Reactions to Morsi’s Ouster

WORLD The Egyptian army’s suspension of the constitution and removal of President Mohamed Morsi has drawn mixed responses from world leaders: European Union The EU has called for a rapid return to democracy in Egypt. EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said: “I urge all sides to rapidly return to the democratic process, including the...
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Egypt, the Army Steps in

July 3, 2013
Egypt, the Army Steps in

EGYPT Last July 2nd, Egypt army roadmap called for suspension of Constitution if turmoil is not resolved by last Wednesday. Egypt’s military has drawn up a plan to suspend the Islamist-backed constitution, dissolve the Islamist-dominated legislature and set up an interim administration headed by the country’s chief justice if President Mohammed Morsi fails to...
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