The hidden face of the Syrian revolution

TRANSLATED BY NAJWA WAHBI AND CAROLINE CARDEN On Saturday, January 21, 2017, Sciences Po Strasbourg’s Cultural Policy and Management Masters program, in partnership with La Filature’s Festival Les Vagamondes (a performing arts theatre in Mulhouse, France), organized a public discussion with Syrian graphic artist Sana Yazigi about her “Creative Memory of the Syrian Revolution” project […]

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Statut de bronze de Marcus Aurelius. Crédit Zanner.

One week as a Stoic during the Stoic Week 2016

This year, the Stoic Week will take place from Monday 17th – Sunday 23rd October. During this event, participants will be able to practice and to discover in details Stoicism, this ancient philosophy of life that was described in a previous article here. Journal International has interviewed Donald Robertson, one of the organizers of the […]

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Crédit American Center Mumbai (CC BY-ND 2.0)

(Français) Le combat pour la paix d’une Indienne en grève de la faim depuis 15 ans

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. Jean-Baptiste RoncariRédacteur en chef du Journal International, je prépare en parallèle un projet de thèse en sociologie. Je m’intéresse de près aux enjeux de société, à l’actualité politique, à la philosophie et, finalement, à toutes les sciences humaines et sociales qui permettent de mieux comprendre notre environnement […]

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Studying in Turkey (1/2)

TRANSLATED BY MARIE STOTZ After a fanatic of Daech launched an attack in Istanbul on January 12th 2016, Le Journal International decided to learn more about Turkey, and particularly about its education system. To do so, we interviewed Çağrı Bozkurt, who is Turkish and studies International Relations. He spent his previous year in the Czech Republic on […]

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Studying in Turkey (1/2)

TRANSLATED BY MARIE STOTZ After a fanatic of Daech launched an attack in Istanbul on January 12th 2016, Le Journal International decided to learn more about Turkey, and particularly about its education system. To do so, we interviewed Çağrı Bozkurt, who is Turkish and studies International Relations. He spent his previous year in the Czech Republic on […]

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Crédit Google

(Français) Les Google verts de l’internet

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. Jean-Baptiste RoncariRédacteur en chef du Journal International, je prépare en parallèle un projet de thèse en sociologie. Je m’intéresse de près aux enjeux de société, à l’actualité politique, à la philosophie et, finalement, à toutes les sciences humaines et sociales qui permettent de mieux comprendre notre environnement […]

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Discours de Mohamed Famhi, journaliste canadien – Crédit Jean-Baptiste Roncari

(Français) Les lauréats du Prix 2015 de Reporters sans frontières

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. Jean-Baptiste RoncariRédacteur en chef du Journal International, je prépare en parallèle un projet de thèse en sociologie. Je m’intéresse de près aux enjeux de société, à l’actualité politique, à la philosophie et, finalement, à toutes les sciences humaines et sociales qui permettent de mieux comprendre notre environnement […]

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Crédit Julija Stancevičiūtė

Riga’s Mysterious Cobblestone Road

TRANSLATED BY KAYLA DE NARDI Upon arrival in Riga, one is tempted to take the main road, Satekles iela, drawn in by the giant billboards, the buildings, or even the impressive clock tower of Stockmann shopping centre. However, one of Riga’s greatest mysteries, for the average tourist and Rigadian alike, lies on the ground of […]

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Crédit DR

Insects and nanomaterials: is the diet of the future dangerous?

TRANSLATED BY LÉA RAMANANKATSOINA On October 28th 2015, the European Parliament approved the revision of legislation concerning “novel food”. The latter, if approved by the Council of Ministers, will allow “new food” –which includes insects and nanomaterials – to circulate on European soil. Although the text seems to attach importance to food safety, all of the propositions did […]

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Crédit DR

Ten protests which changed the course of history

TRANSLATED BY KATYA BROWNE History shows us many examples of uprisings that have had highly significant consequences. From the French Revolution to the Arab Spring, popular movements can sometimes change the face of the Earth. While people all over the world are currently rallying together to influence government policies over the issue of welcoming refugees, […]

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