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Data portability: an antitrust weapon for the digital economy?

on December 13th, 2018

Published in Le Monde Eco & Entreprise, 13 December 2018 The recent rulings by the European Commission against the U.S. giants Google and Qualcomm point to the fact that a handful of tech companies have adopted anticompetitive practices, thereby hindering competition and preventing young and innovative companies from entering the market. Against a backdrop of […]

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Jews Are Being Murdered in Paris. Again.

on March 30th, 2018

It’s no rare thing for the Israeli prime minister to enrage the Jews of the diaspora. But three years ago, Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech that won him near-universal condemnation. In the aftermath of several deadly attacks in European cities like Paris and Copenhagen, Mr. Netanyahu called on Jews to leave Europe. “Of course, Jews deserve protection […]

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European politics: leaders struggle to contain rising populism

on December 13th, 2017

Marseille’s far-right politician Stéphane Ravier feels robbed. After winning control of the Northern district of the French Mediterranean town in 2014 — one of the dozen victories emblematic of the National Front’s surge in local elections that year — he targeted a seat in the National Assembly. The race, in June, was his to lose: […]

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on November 23rd, 2017

Paris—“In the Merah household, we were brought up with hating Jews, the hatred of everything that was not Muslim.” These were the chilling words of Abdelghani Merah at the trial of his brother, Abdelkader Merah, who was accused of conspiring with a third brother, Mohamed, to murder three soldiers, three Jewish schoolchildren, and a teacher […]

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L’euroscetticismo cresce di più in Italia e spopola tra i giovani. Adesso la sfida parte dalle scuole

on November 20th, 2017

Sorpresa. Gli italiani sono i più euroscettici tra gli inquilini del Vecchio Continente. Proprio lì dove sessant’anni fa sono state gettate le basi dell’Europa si covano i dubbi più forti sull’Unione europea. Qualcosa che supera anche lo storico nazionalismo della Francia, fa notare Marc Lazar, professore di storia e sociologia politica all’Institut d’études politiques (IEP) […]

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on October 28th, 2017

Mente politica – la politica in testa Le democrazie contemporanee sono chiamate giornalmente a misurarsi con nuove sfide (la globalizzazione, la crisi economica, il terrorismo) e con nuovi soggetti politici (i partiti populisti, ma – più in generale – i populismi, siano essi di governo o di opposizione). È in questo contesto che, alla ricerca […]

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on June 7th, 2017

AAPA – Anglo-american press association of Paris Dominique Reynié, CEO of the think tank Foundation for Political Innovation (Fondapol–liberal, progressive and European) and professor at Sciences Po, spent nearly two hours on June 2 sharing his thoughts with the AAPA on topics ranging from Emmanuel Macron’s election as president to the miscasting of Gérard Collomb […]

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