<i>In the United States, a new generation of students is questioning the principle of absolute freedom of expression. To avoid offending minorities, they demand that the university become a "safe space," a shelter from all hateful words. Are they at risk of fleeing debate and blinding youth to reality?</i>
Emmanuel Macron was in Washington. He enjoyed himself in Donald Trump's company and delivered a speech before Congress, which, according to many Americans was so good, that they wished he was their president – and not only because he speaks English well. (It is fair to say that Macron is the French head of state with [Read more]
Iran’s nuclear ambitions still need to be stopped. It’s not enough to simply nix. You still need to fix.
<i>After having feared the worst, Wall Street has grown accustomed to the American president’s blaring declarations, economist Jean-Paul Betbeze explains in a Le Monde column.</i>
Is Wall Street beginning to understand Donald Trump? It looks that way! In fact, it’s on the rise again after having feared the [Read more]