A largely forgotten incursion behind the Iron Curtain had reverberations in both countries
Considered a pioneer of “Black Studies à la française”, Ndiaye’s appointment comes at a time when issues in race and gender have divided the French political class and public opinion.
Amid record abstention, the left-wing NUPES coalition performed well against the presidential coalition.
The experience of war also inspires non-violent forms of resistance.
EU member states are increasingly turning towards single-issue referendums to decide major constitutional issues.
Nigeria must step up its preparedness for monkeypox.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan is against allowing two Nordic countries to join NATO over what he deems their support of ‘terrorists.’ His opposition will test the alliance’s unity.
An anthropologist writes that despite best efforts, there is no guarantee that children may not have been exploited in the production process of chocolate.
The risk of dying changes over the course of a lifetime. Very high at birth, it falls and then gradually rises again… except for a peak after adolescence. Why such a statistical anomaly?
Politics have never been that far away from the Eurovision Song Contest. Since its inception, the annual event has reflected the political culture and geopolitical realities of Europe.
Has Putin hurt Russia by jolting Europe’s shift away from fossil fuels into high gear?
Emmanuel Macron’s success validates a strategy aimed at making him appear as the champion of the “progressives”, but it has only partially worked.
A victory of the far-right presidential candidate would be good news for Moscow, which has a long-standing history with Le Pen and her party.
A trial in France revealed how the platform’s algorithm established a subordination relationship between riders and the firm. Could we be witnessing the beginning of the end of “uberisation”?
French voters face a stark choice at the polls, but many are saying ‘non’ to both candidates.
The first round of the French presidential elections leaves the country’s party system in tatters and voters divided along three poles. What will happen in the second round is now anyone’s guess.
For the second time running, it is looking like the French presidential election will go to a runoff between centralist Emmanuel Macron and far-right Marine Le Pen.
A fractured opposition helped deliver a parliamentary super majority to Europe’s longest serving leader despite position on Ukraine.
Refugees must be given the chance to work and make a full life for themselves in host countries.
A historian looks back at a time when Ukrainians battled for control of the capital, but succumbed to a superior Soviet army.