Un vent de socialisme, venu d’Amérique Par Renaud Girard

Un vent de socialisme, venu d’Amérique Par Renaud Girard A Brooklyn, banlieue de New York où il est né il y a 77 ans, Bernie Sanders a lancé sa campagne présidentielle le samedi 2 mars 2019. Bien qu’élu au Congrès depuis quarante ans comme « indépendant », le sénateur du Vermont est entré dans la […]

The racist theory that links terrorism in New Zealand to the Trump presidency by Ishaan Tharoor

The racist theory that links terrorism in New Zealand to the Trump presidency BY ISHAAN THAROOR 19/03/18 In the aftermath of a white supremacist terror attack in New Zealand on Friday, President Trump offered his “warmest sympathy » and “solidarity” with the victims, their families and compatriots. And then he moved on to his next political […]

Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitic Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitic Labour Party By Roger Cohen

Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitic Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn’s Anti-Semitic Labour Party By Roger Cohen Opinion Columnist New York Times Jew hatred has re-entered the European mainstream. It makes an irrefutable case for the need for a Jewish homeland. LONDON — Europe’s gathering Jewish question came into sharp focus this month when a British M.P. declared that […]

Treat Israeli Arabs As People, Not Things By Michael J. Koplow

Treat Israeli Arabs As People, Not Things By Michael J. Koplow If there was a silver lining to the deal brokered by Prime Minister Netanyahu between Bayit Yehudi and Otzma Yehudit to run as a joint electoral list and the immediate furor that ensued, it is that it focused a spotlight on the most abhorrent […]

En Corée much a do about nothing. Par Leo Keller

En Corée much a do about nothing! Churchill dit un jour: « Safety will be the sturdy child of terror, and survival the twin brother of annihilation. » « La sécurité sera l’enfant robuste de la terreur et la survie le frère jumeau de l’anéantissement ! » Bismarck dont la sagesse fut, hélas, méconnue et […]

Trump a la diplomatie de sa réélection Par Renaud Girard du Figaro

Trump a la diplomatie de sa réélection Par Renaud Girard du Figaro Rarement dans l’histoire des Etats-Unis d’Amérique et de la Maison Blanche une politique étrangère aura été aussi méticuleusement orientée vers un seul but : la réélection du président. Homme pragmatique, Donald Trump ne s’embarrasse pas de grandes idées sur trente-six sujets. Après le […]

Munich or a Requiem for the West By Roger Cohen from the New York Times

Munich or a Requiem for the West It’s no longer worth pretending Trump is not in the authoritarian camp. The shock has passed. European powers are thinking again. By Roger Cohen from the New York Times Feb. 15, 2019 MUNICH — If the Munich Security Conference had a soul it was embodied in Senator John […]

Netanyahu’s Foreign Policy Is Bad for Israel.By Dahlia Scheindlin in Foreign Affairs

Netanyahu’s Foreign Policy Is Bad for Israel The Costs of Befriending Illiberal Leaders By Dahlia Scheindlin Foreign Affairs February 8, 2019 Israel The moment Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called early elections last December, Israel’s political parties sprang into action, reshuffling themselves at a pace that was frenzied even by Israeli standards. All of them […]

l’Europe tétanisée face à l’hégémonisme américain par Renaud Girard

L’Europe tétanisée face à l’hégémonisme américain Renaud Girard Le 20 août 2018, Total annonce son retrait d’Iran, trois mois après la décision des États-Unis de se retirer de l’accord nucléaire avec l’Iran signé en 2015, et de rétablir les sanctions contre les entreprises qui continueront à faire affaire avec l’Iran. L’administration Trump avait laissé quatre-vingt-dix […]

Trump’s Purely Political Israel Glasses By Michael J. Koplow

Trump’s Purely Political Israel Glasses By Michael J. Koplow Nearly every American president and nearly every American politician has viewed Israel through two different frames. The first is a policy frame; from the perspective of U.S. interests and values, to what extent and for what reasons should the U.S. support Israel and to what extent […]