Research

Glyphosate, separating “the wheat from the tares”

on December 23rd, 2020

Glyphosate has long been considered as an herbicide with no unacceptable health risk. In 2015, its classification as “probably carcinogenic” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) changed the situation, and in 2017 the European Union renewed its authorisation for only five years with France even wanting to “get out of glyphosate” in […]

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After Covid-19 air transportation in Europe: time for decision-making

on December 22nd, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis will act as an accelerator in the structural changes that have been taking place in air transportation in Europe over the last twenty years on intra-European flights, marked by the rise in power of low-cost players. Despite a sustained context of market attrition, the low cost companies will take advantage of the […]

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Before Covid-19 air transportation in Europe: an already fragile sector

on December 22nd, 2020

Although European airlines were hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis, not all are in the same boat both in terms of their ability to withstand it and in terms of access to public aid. Specifically, certain “flag-carrier” companies, such as Air France-KLM or Lufthansa, in a critical financial situation, were saved thanks to government support. […]

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ISLAMIST TERRORIST ATTACKS IN THE WORLD 1979-2019

on November 18th, 2019

Since the Red Army’s invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, the world has been shaken by jihadist terrorism. In forty years, Islamist terrorist attacks have multiplied, reaching as far as the heart of Western countries, New York, Madrid, London, Paris, but also Moscow, etc. By instilling feelings of fear and mistrust, through indiscriminate violence and its […]

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