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Will Europe succeed in its revolution?
With 256 million people vaccinated, i.e. 70% of adults, the European Union has surpassed all others and belied the criticisms that were unfairly levelled at it only a few months ago. This is due in particular to the dynamism of Thierry Breton, the Commissioner in charge of the industrialisation of...
Human Rights’ Black Summer
While democracies are questioning the validity of restrictive measures to combat a resistant virus, a tour of the world of human rights leads us to put these legitimate concerns into perspective. Indeed, we are witnessing a general decline in freedoms. In Belarus, on our borders, the local...
A turning point for NATO
With his trip to Europe Joe Biden aimed to turn over a new leaf vis-à-vis the Trump years. He did everything he could to win European hearts and minds, both in Brussels and with a number of bilateral meetings marked by a calm and conciliatory tone.The traditional posture of the leader of the...
Do Europeans know how to “do” solidarity?
“Europe will not be made all at once, or according to a single plan. It will be built through concrete achievements which first create a de facto solidarity.” Was this well-known passage from the Schuman Declaration of 9 May 1950 premonitory, idealistic or presumptuous? We have to...