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Europe

Le modèle allemand sous pression

L’Allemagne a mis une quinzaine d’années à digérer sa réunification. Elle a certes bénéficié du concours de l’Europe mais le facteur déterminant a été  la stratégie suivie par ses entreprises consistant à transformer les anciens satellites politiques de l’ex-Union soviétique pour en faire les nouveaux satellites économiques de leur pays réunifié, tout en conservant le maximum de valeur ajoutée sur leur propre territoire. L’Allemagne n’est pas seulement devenue la première puissance économique de l’Union Européenne, position qu’elle partageait avec la France jusqu ...

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The great comeback of the State

The tackled issues since the beginning of the European elections campaign as the social movements show that a real turnaround is taking place in public opinions. For decades, and not only in the Anglo-Saxon world, the trend regarding the State disengagement was the object of a large popular consensus. We see today a turnaround which is not without links with the rise, in the Western world, of populism. The reestablishment of borders and the stabilization and even the stoppage of immigration are regalia missions by nature. The trial against the globalization and multilateralism is examined by these ones who want ...

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The European elections and the climate

Environmental issues and the global warming are at the top of the proposals inscribed in the Renaissance list of proposals for the European elections, a list which has the support of “La République en Marche”, the president of the Republic political party. This preoccupation is legitimated but has it really the full significance it is attributed to it in this debate? The first question to which it is necessary to answer it about the future alliances to be constituted between the elected people groups which will have seats at the European Parliament. The two main groups which would emerge ...

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