Just three weeks after the gruesome terrorist attacks that took the lives of 130 people and injured 351, Britain has joined France’s campaign to bombard the nest of thieves, butchers, slavers and rapists that is the Islamic State (Isil) in Syria. Read more >
Edouard Tetreau's op-ed for The Internationalist September issue prior to Pope Francis visit to the US. - Read the article (PDF): Will humans survive the new economy of the 21st century? (EN)
- Read the article (PDF): Why and how to organise a Grexit (EN) - Read the article on Les Echos (FR - web)
- Read the article (PDF): Habemus viridem Papam (EN) - Read the article on Les Echos (web)
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