L’antisémitisme en France et en Europe plus de soixante-dix ans après la Shoah

Il fut un temps béni où un vieux proverbe yiddish disait « Gliklekh vi a yid in Frankraych », autrement dit, « Heureux comme un Juif en France ». Ce temps semble bel et bien révolu au beau pays des Droits de l’homme. Les derniers chiffres publiés par le Ministère de l’Intérieur (février 2019) révèlent en effet que les … Lire la suite de L’antisémitisme en France et en Europe plus de soixante-dix ans après la Shoah

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EU Cultural Diplomacy: where do we stand?

How has the EU been shaping its external image through the new approach to cultural diplomacy and what are its limitations and challenges in a globalizing world? Foreign cultural policy was primarily introduced by nation-states in the 19th century with the leading role of France and of Germany. Later, during the First World War, it … Lire la suite de EU Cultural Diplomacy: where do we stand?

Nancy Wake: The Socialite Who Killed A Nazi With Her Bare Hands.

Wellington born Nancy Wake became the most decorated service woman of the Second World War. Primarily active in France, Wake became a key member of the French resistance, and by 1943 she was the Gestapo’s most wanted person with a 5-million-franc bounty on her head. Known as ''The White Mouse'' due to her propoensity for … Lire la suite de Nancy Wake: The Socialite Who Killed A Nazi With Her Bare Hands.