Russia surprise in the wake of the elections?

Author: Donatien Bertaud. Translated by: Uriel N'Gbatongo   « Democracy is the worst form of government except for all the others » said Churchill. This is what Vladimir Putin understood for his march toward an absolute domination of the Russian political panorama. Winning elections is a good thing. But winning elections without any risk of losing is even better. … Continue reading Russia surprise in the wake of the elections?

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Jerusalem: the thrice holy city and bone of contention in the Middle East

Author: Clara CHPOUN. Translated by:  Ny Aina RAMANGASALAMA. Last December, the President of the United States of America Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel, jeopardizing an already stalled peace process. “It is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel”[1]were the words pronounced by Donald Trump on last December … Continue reading Jerusalem: the thrice holy city and bone of contention in the Middle East

The promising Indian economy: a growth without women ?

Author : Chloé BLANCH. Indeed, the Indian economy is very promising, not only because its growth is so strong that it has exceeded China’s, but mainly because its many weaknesses have been consolidated in recent years. From 2012 to 2014, its financial fragility, noticed through a 2-digit inflation and an increase in the current account … Continue reading The promising Indian economy: a growth without women ?

Legislative elections, Italy divided in two

Author : Candice LABIDI. 4th march, Italian have elected their deputies and senators.  This election was marked by the winning of the anti-system party as well of the left wing as the right wing. Retrospective on this election that have shaken up the country Why this result?  In Italy, the last few months showed the … Continue reading Legislative elections, Italy divided in two

Going back on net neutrality

Author : Uriel N'GBATONGO. Translated by : Donatien BERTAUD. Internet, this interconnected space of territories and men, has been growing relentlessly since its creation. Gathering presently more than 3,7 billion daily netizens, the internet network is each day evolving shaped by the will of its users. But beyond being a powerful technologic and encyclopedic tool, internet as a … Continue reading Going back on net neutrality

Winter Olympic Games: true rapprochement between North and South Korea or announcement of a future confrontation ?

Author : Candice LABIDI. After the Second World War, Korea has been divided: The North was occupied by the USSR and the South was occupied by the US. Today, North Korea is ruled by the dictator, Kim Jong-un, son of Kim Jong-il and South Korea is a democracy with Moon Jae-in as a head of … Continue reading Winter Olympic Games: true rapprochement between North and South Korea or announcement of a future confrontation ?

The opening-up of Central Asia in progress

Author : Donatien BERTAUD. Translated by : Uriel N'GBATONGO. At the end of 2017, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, the successor of Karimov at the presidency of Uzbekistan, manifested his will to reconnect with the other states of Central Asia. Nevertheless, the integration of the latter within a union is still a distant objective. Gathering many factors such … Continue reading The opening-up of Central Asia in progress

An Iranian upheaval, between popular claims and external confrontations

Author : Clara CHPOUN. Since the 28th of last December, Iran falls prey to a massive popular discontent. The country has known 5 days of demonstrations, the violence of which caught the world in shock[1]. The people of Iran are demanding the recovery of an economy affected by the Western sanctions of 2012 and the … Continue reading An Iranian upheaval, between popular claims and external confrontations