Code Pink : Antiwar militancy on a pink background

Translated by Nariné Igityan, proofread by Charlotte Borne They have a singular style: they are committed and ready to be detained for defending their ideas. We met the ladies of the American organization Code Pink. The organization was born in 2002, in reaction to the American foreign policies, which triggered the Second Golf War. Code […]

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Criminology: nascent science of crimes and criminals

Translated by Natacha Perrin, proofread by Niki SO and Guéric Cardet Delinquency is a dominating concern in modern societies. Government policies face it with more or less assertiveness. Criminology is a discipline relatively new that might enlighten decision-makers in the political and professional spheres about facing issues such as delinquency and criminality. According to sociologist […]

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The promises and pitfalls of the 2030 agenda for the EU and European federalism

First published on the by The New Federalist, partner media of Le Journal International Few people remember the historical event that took place on Friday, 25th September 2015, perhaps because it failed to receive the media attention it deserved. Yet, all around the world, the outcomes of this event continue to be felt today, playing […]

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Feel the Bern – Shame, Anger, Vote! 5/5

(This is the conclusion to the Shame, Anger, Vote! articles serie) All right-wing media will support Trump. The left-wing classical media will be cautious about what they say about Sanders, as AT&T owns CNN and its biggest shareholder is the multimillionaire Randall Stephenson, and at the same time the workers for the media agency are also well […]

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Trump VS Bernie 2020? A tribal cold war – Shame, Anger, Vote! 4/5

By focusing on LGBT, Women and Racial equality, Hillary Clinton enabled the voices against patriarchy and white supremacy. These words induced fear and anger among white communities as the most extreme points of view were shared on social media. Donald Trump’s rhetoric became very appealing among many white communities and, by attempting to stitch together […]

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Democracy Wall: a test for the freedom of expression in Hong Kong

Papers are stuck upon one another disorderly on “the wall” as though they are created with much spontaneity and minimal care: open a new Microsoft document, type a few words, enlarge them and print – a poorly put-together improvisation. Posters “congratulating” Choi Yuk Lin for the alleged suicide of her son on the democracy wall. […]

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Algeria: a fish farming pilot project in a Sahrawi refugee camp

Translated by Gueric Cardet, proofread by Lauren Valentine On February 27th, in the Tindouf region of southwest Algeria, the N’Khaila pilot fish-farming project was inaugurated in a Sahrawi refugee camp. It was run by the Triangle Génération Humanitaire association. Refugees from Western Sahara have been living in camps in southwest Algeria, near Tindouf, since 1975. […]

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How a sculpture in a British university stirs up the China-Taiwan feud

A giant globe statue unveiled in the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) became the latest battlefield for the China-Taiwan conflict as the university considered marking Taiwan in the same color as China after Chinese students protested the demarcation of the island state. The consideration of potentially changing the designation of Taiwan has […]

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Shame on you Kevin hart! – Shame, Anger, Vote! 2/5

With Kevin Hart’s increasing fame he was designated to be the 2019 Oscars host, these undeleted tweets were bound to be brought up. Controversy. Broken hearts. Under pressure, the comedian decided to refuse hosting the Oscars. The word gay has changed its meaning many times, from “joyful”, to nowadays define either the sexual orientation or […]

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