A Macron Tale: The Story of a Perfect Champs Elysees Recipe
Jean-Bernard Beauregard, 20 June
Part I: A long, vain introduction
Let me start with a vain introduction.
I am French.
Worse, I belong to the Parisian middle-class.
After needing 10 years to realize human life is theoretically possible outside of Paris and 10 more to realize it actually exists, I left Paris, and have lived (...)
Iran. Economic Challenges for the Re-Elected President
Hamzeh Arabzadeh, 25 May
Hassan Rouhani was re-elected president with a score of 57% on 19 May of this year. The perspectives of an economy open to the rest of the world which he propounds seem more convincing than the often very rash promises his conservative opponents made to attract the poor. The fact remains that (...)
Trump Disturbing Security Advisor
“Fear of Muslims is rational”
Joe Stork, November 2016
Retired Lieutenant General Michael Thomas Flynn, appointed by Donald Trump to be his National Security Advisor, distinguished himself by Islamophobic statements and his conviction that the United States is engaged in a world war against allied islamists in Cuba, Venezuela and North Korea. (...)