By: Marion Valentin

France’s educational reforms: is it time to become more elitist?
June 2, 2018

Like most presidents before him, Emmanuel Macron decided to tackle France’s educational system and started to reform it. One of his…

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Francophone World: Who Will Pay for the Promotion of the French Language?
April 3, 2018

French people are deeply attached to their language. It is important for us to use the right word, to choose the…

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Is State Sovereignty At Risk In Our Modern Society?
February 28, 2018

The signing of the treaties of Westphalia in 1648 significantly changed the nature of international relations since it illustrated the beginning…

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Food Waste and Food Security in the United States: What Can Be Done?
January 25, 2018

In 2016, Global Finance Magazine ranked the United States as the country with the most important gross domestic product in the…

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International Organization of la Francophonie (IOF): humanist values against globalization
December 3, 2017

In a time where globalization has sadly become commonplace, standardization has inevitably become a main part of our societal, political and…

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CIA money laundering during the Cold War to finance modern art
November 2, 2017

Julius Fleischmann made his fortune in a fashion increasingly common in the first half of 19th-century America: he inherited it. The…

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An American Contradiction
September 28, 2017

In the beginning of the 1950s, the opposition between East and West began operating on the scale that defined it for…

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