Populism: from de Gaulle to Google


By Baptiste Marecaile September 24th, 2017: Germany is dismayed by the results of the federal election: for the first time since the end of WW2, a far-right populist party Alternative für Deutschland (AFD) is going to enter the Bundestag, the German parliament, with 94 seats. It becomes the third largest…

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The Tuareg: A people without borders?


By Baptiste Marecaille The Tuareg are a people whose existence in the Saharan desert goes back to the birth of civilisation. Their culture, largely dependent on borderless, nomadic migration, has increasingly come under threat, subject to the violent political dynamics of the surrounding states. As the Malian government struggles to…

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