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Will you vote for Pétain, asks human rights defender?

Even if Marine Le Pen tries to get rid from the past of her party, it is still here, and its name is fascism.It took power in our country in 1940, when Marshall Pétain surrendered to the German invaders and accepted their exigencies. 512 more words

Human Rights

French elections: what should we know and why are we concerned about it

Since the European Union has started that all its countries are united by certain laws and values. But now that the UK is leaving the Union, should we all be concerned about the idea of having other countries leaving the EU? 526 more words


The Great Divides, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer

The geographic dividing lines in the Brexit, US presidential, and French presidential first round votes are strikingly close to dividing lines based on income and wealth. 306 more words


French Establishment Mount the Ramparts Against Le Pen, by Finian Cunningham

The French, and actually the entire European establishment, are determined to prevent a Marine Le Pen victory in France’s election. It might be the end of both. 355 more words


ABC postdoc in Olso

Jukka Corander sent me the announcement that he is opening a 3 year postdoctoral position at the University of Oslo, to work with him and his team on ABC projects. 61 more words

University Life

7 reasons why Macron will become President and market implications

The outcome of the first round of the presidential elections which see Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen through to the second round – as per opinion polls –  and the positive market reaction are in line with my core scenario and expectations. 200 more words


Lebanese Jean-François Jalkh Is Now The Head Of Le Pen's Far-Right French Party "Front National"

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Mabrouk Lebnen! We keep exporting the best of the best, don’t we? 823 more words