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The Essence of the Strike
All of the French cultural economy is being rocked by a massive strike by artists of all disciplines and their attendant technicians in protest against a bill that undermines (...)
Welcome to a New "l’Humanité"
L’Humanité is up against several challenges. First the difficulty for newspapers to sail through the current economic maelstrom, then the fast changes as regards access to modes (...)
Winners and Losers
“There is a very real danger of a rise in Russian nationalism in eastern and southern regions, in response to Ukrainian nationalism. We’ve opened Pandora’s box. Almost a quarter (...)
Don’t Let Ukraine Die for the Oligarchs!
The dangerous machinations at work at the heart of Europe bring with them an embryonic risk of war. The intervention of Russian military forces in Crimea, which they are (...)
Inclusion vs. Exclusion
In the editorial of this Friday’s L’Humanité, Paule Masson asserts: “France, champion of the rights of men (and women, suggested Olympe de Gouge in 1791), must not slide back into (...)

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