Traslated by Marine El Hajji In its first report published on the 30th of September 2020, the European Commission presents an overview of the current rule of law situation in European countries. The report is divided into several chapters: the first one, covering all European countries, is a synthesis of the general rule of law […]
Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Célia Courteix During the COVID-19 crisis, which is described as exceptional, expertise abounds. There are doctors, infectious disease specialists, epidemiologists, politicians, etc… But there are no, or little, human and social sciences on the horizon. Yet, this global pandemic provides a rich basis to reflect upon our modern societies. […]
Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Célia Courteix Yan Arthus Bertrand’s sublime film, Legacy, captivates us with gorgeous images. First, the environment is staged in an enchanting, majestic, peaceful way. Then comes the break with modernity. Human’s industrialization and the thirst for progress blight this marvelous landscape. Human activities are put forth for being the […]
Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Celia Courteix In December 2020, a feminist library opened at Abidjan in Ivory Coast. It aims to give visibility to black female authors of the African continent as their writings often remain marginalised. Similar to many other actions in Africa, this initiative is part of a feminist perspective. By feminism […]
Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Celia Courteix While the Hebrew State has already vaccinated 12 percent of its population with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, Palestinians living on occupied territory – West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza Strip – are however ostracized from the vaccination campaign. “Israeli authorities must ensure that COVID-19 vaccines are equally provided to […]
Translated by Marie Peltomaki, proofread by Célia Courteix “Accept cookies”, “accept the general terms and conditions of use”. Every day we accept them, but few actually read or look into these well-known cookies and conditions. On closer inspection, you would be amazed at how much data our small technological devices collect. If you had to […]
Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Célia Courteix Like every European country, Sweden has been subjected to migration waves. Sweden has seen people entering and leaving for more than a century. In recent years, it has become one of the countries with the most immigration, welcoming many thousands of migrants and refugees each year. In […]
Translated by Margot Daniele, proofread by Célia Courteix In numerous European countries, contamination cases by the new coronavirus strain, identified in the United Kingdom, were detected. However, following the discovery of this new strain, many European countries had decided to temporarily suspend trips coming from the United Kingdom. A new variant and questions The British […]
Sorry, this entry is only available in French and Italian. Célia CourteixÉtudiante en Master 1 Études européennes et internationales – Relations publiques internationales au Centre européen universitaire de Nancy, je m’intéresse à l’actualité et à la politique européenne.
(Français) Face à un monde en morceaux, le secrétaire général des Nations-Unies, António Guterres, préconise le multilatéralisme. Pourtant, ce n’est pas la voie que Donald Trump, actuel président des Etats-Unis d’Amérique, a emprunté durant son mandat.
La notion de « multilatéralisme » est récente car elle s’introduit dans le vocabulaire américain en 1948 : jusqu’alors on parlait d’« action concertée » ou d’« action collective ». Elle désigne un mode de relations interétatiques visant à établir des règles communes. Autrement dit, un Etat s’inscrit dans une logique multilatérale lorsqu’il privilégie la concertation dans les relations internationales.
A l’approche des élections présidentielles américaines, l’avenir du multilatéralisme n’a jamais été aussi incertain.