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France and the nuclear power production

The nuclear power production has successively been, in France, a model of its national proudness and its economic success, a threat on environment and, at last, after decades of criticism and hesitations, an essential contribution to the recovery of its financial balances and its fight against climate warming. The country, finally, has renounced to what was one of its habits: to denigrate everything which is well working before complaining about everything which does not provide satisfaction to it.

It must have been the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the sanctions against the country natural gas exports and the consequences of ...

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Toward a European crisis ?

The European Union is in bad way. It is not the first time. We remember the crisis which had affected the European Monetary System with the several readjustments and the return journey of the Sterling. But that had not impeached the creation of the euro and the successful conversion of the national currencies into the single one. We have not anymore forgotten the consequences of the sub-prime crisis, of the excessive Greek indebtedness and of the weakness of the Irish financial system. Even the Brexit with all its complications on the trade exchanges and on the role of London as ...

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The fossil energies Spring

The contradiction between the message in favor of the greenhouse gas emissions reduction which would go through the diminution of the use of fossil energies and the exceptional prosperity of their producers never has been so strong as in the start of this 2024 year; that situation makes us to think to the declarations of the Engie group executives which has born from the merger between Suez and Gaz de France. They have announced that the company would go out from fossil energies. But it had kept its name. Yet ENGIE, for an English-speaking native is nothing else than the ...

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