In the early 1950s, the European Union as we know it did not exist, but a process of economic and political cooperation involving most Western European countries was already underway. And those countries...

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Dans la nuit de samedi à dimanche, un feu d’artifice de violences a illuminé le centre ville de Stuttgart, en proie à des émeutes proches de la guerre civile. Comme la majorité des acteurs...

Two very different presidents of two very different nations, it turns out, now have much in common, starting with the enemies who obsess over each. Throughout the coronavirus crisis, I listened...

As the Covid-19 crisis intensifies and covers the globe, we learn more about human psychology.  We discover, or rediscover, how easily we deny facts, how difficult it is for us to anticipate foreseeable...

Le livre est dédié au peintre Paul Cezanne mais aussi à l’écrivain britannique Peter Mayle, le meilleur ambassadeur de la Provence à travers le monde. Dans les années quatre-vingt-dix,...

How the idea of Jerusalem’s status as an “international city” became embedded in countless UN resolutions and foreign policies, and why it is utterly baseless. Pour contribuer à Dreuz.info...

There was something darkly symbolic about the fire that nearly destroyed the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Paris on April 15 – the morrow of Palm Sunday — and the fall amid heavy smoke of its 93-metre...

In emotional terms, the fire that destroyed Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris can be described as the 9/11 of France. No matter what the cause may turn out to be. Like New York, which even in periods...

It is turning proportional representation into something closer to a bipartisan system. Quite an achievement. Who was the real winner in the recent Israeli elections? The answer: the 2014 electoral...

Something quite extraordinary — and revealing — occurred in Paris on February 9, in the middle of France’s new normal, the Yellow Vests’ weekly rampage. According to a pattern established...

Except for Western Syria, the country is still largely beyond the control of the Assad regime.  The Jerusalem Post, February 1, 2019 12:50  The war in Syria is not over yet. Indeed, the...

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to a question about the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel. Trudeau defends his previous condemnation of the movement, referring...

  I am a climate-skeptic who belongs to a Neanderthal tribe that is overwhelmed by progressive propaganda whose goal is the same as socialism was in the thirties: « The Road to Serfdom » (1)....

In 2017, Centrist Emmanuel Macron won by default. One year later, the French crisis is not over. On the face of it, France is a happy exception in a collapsing European Union. Last year, Emmanuel Macron,...

France says that Israel and the United States break « international law » in Jerusalem. What about her own stand on Mayotte ? France shunned the inauguration ceremony of the United States Embassy in...

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