It is tempting to criticise journalism and accuse publications of partisanship. Claire Keraudren suggests the less attractive side of reporting.
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An engineer for Google was recently fired for this text. Claire Keraudren reviews the ‘Ideological Echo Chamber’.
French President Emmanuel Macron announced budget reforms which worry some. His feminist stance is crumbling beneath him, Claire Keraudren explains.
The European Parliament has officially announced the abolition of roaming charges for EU members.
The life of a Third Culture Kid is exciting and a real privilege. It brings about its own complications: no human is immune to the brain.
After polarising campaigns in France, the 2017 presidential elections end tonight. Comment Editor Claire Keraudren looks at the differences between Far-right and Centre.
Netflix’s new original show is poignant and valuable in the lessons it could teach anyone who is struggling.
Politics are dim with extremism growing louder. Comment editor Claire Keraudren suggests a middle ground for the generation gap.
Following a political cinematic awards season, Comment editor Claire Keraudren examines the Western duty of activism.
Comment editor Claire Keraudren looks at the 2017 presidential campaigns in France, which tend to focus more on marriage and corruption than on policy. What will happen next?