Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Michel Rocard

Michel Rocard, former First Secretary of the French Socialist Party and a member of the European Parliament for 15 years, was Prime Minister of France from 1988 to 1991.

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Destroyed homes Gaza
World Affairs 6

Peace in an Age of Extremes

The international community's approach to the conflicts in the greater Middle East, centered on national interests, is clearly inadequate to temper religious extremism and limit human suffering.… read more

Newsart for The Age of Violence
World Affairs 1

The Age of Violence

The world is plagued by political, environmental, economic, and security challenges on an unprecedented scale, which world leaders have consistently failed to address. It is now up to the global… read more

Newsart for Taming Europe’s Banks
World Affairs 2

Taming Europe’s Banks

In the month since the European Commission unveiled its blueprint for banking reform, significant resistance has emerged, with some warning that European banks’ competitiveness would suffer, and… read more

Newsart for What's Ailing France?
Business & Finance 7

What's Ailing France?

France is seriously ill, with Standard & Poor’s recently cutting its sovereign-credit rating for the second time in less than two years. But France’s problems are largely symptoms of a disease that… read more

Newsart for Mosque or Modernity?
World Affairs 9

Mosque or Modernity?

The West's modern civilization grew out of religious dissent that was initially met by the violence of the Inquisition and the Counter-Reformation. If Islam, particularly in the Middle East, is on a… read more

Newsart for Saving France, Saving Europe
World Affairs 5

Saving France, Saving Europe

With the Socialists now in control of the presidency, the National Assembly, and almost all subnational governments, France is now witnessing a concentration of power that is unprecedented in its… read more

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