The improbable come-back
French politics

The improbable come-back

To come back or not to come back? Since several days, speculations are increasing regarding a probable come back of Nicolas Sarkozy, three months after he was defeated to the French presidential election by François Hollande, if we refer to the press and the behaviour of the ex-president. Indeed, some people hope an active come-back … Continue reading

Beliefs and convictions
French politics

Beliefs and convictions

On the last Wednesday, the French Catholic Church prayed on the behalf of the traditional values of family, a subtle way to denounce the Jean-Marc Ayrault Government to allow the same-sex marriage in the country. This initiative, although it was largely put forward and spread, was diversely welcomed by the worshiping shared between the ones … Continue reading

The Hundred Days
French politics

The Hundred Days

It’s a symbolic but very important step in French politics and for the recently elected President. François Hollande “celebrates” his Hundred Days as head of State. This celebration is symbolic but gives first indications on the policies and actions led by the new French President and the Jean-Marc Ayrault’s government. The Hundred Days is an … Continue reading

The Sarkozy’s meanness
French politics / International

The Sarkozy’s meanness

Nicolas Sarkozy, former French president, recently gave – via a release – his opinion on the Syria Civil War for which he suggests a military action briefly to stop the Bashar Al-Assad regime, after having an interview with Abdel Basset Sayda, Syrian National Council president. Nicolas Sarkozy expresses on the Syrian situation and his intervention … Continue reading

Ordinary machismo chronicle in Brussels (and anywhere in the world)
International

Ordinary machismo chronicle in Brussels (and anywhere in the world)

Most of you probably heard about the story of Sofie Peeters, a young Belgian student, who infuriated to be approached by some guys with a non-elegant manner in Brussels (and especially in Anneessens, a popular district near Midi International Railway Station), directed a film, “Femme de la rue”, to denounce the ordinary machismo. The Sofie … Continue reading