France is presiding over the Council of the European Union for the next six months.
Its President wanted this to be a key event in his term of office, which will end as it began, under the aegis of Europe.
This is all the more laudable as French opinion is, to say the least, erratic when it comes...
•20/12/2021 New stars
The end of the year is usually a time for speculation. Prediction is difficult; it is easier to imagine.
Never has there been so much financial liquidity in the world: will it continue to flow into loans, which are also debts?
For a long time now, dictatorships have not been so assertive about...
There is considerable controversy about European judges, on the grounds that they impinge on the "legal sovereignty" of EU Member States.
These judges come under two different jurisdictions: the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), which assesses compliance with the European Convention...
•26/09/2021Bad news from Germany
The tight and uncertain outcome of the German parliamentary elections has once again shown the difficulties experienced by democracies today, and which are to the delight of autocrats and dictators.
It will not be easy to form a majority, whereas Germany has become accustomed to the stability of a...