The protests in France and their future

Bruno Drwęski is a historian, a political scientist, the director of the Polish section of the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO), and a member of Sorbonne University. He is also general secretary of L‘Appel Franco-Arabe, former chief editor of La Pensée, author of the publications La Nouvelle

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Ovidiu Ţichindeleanu: Does Eastern Europe have the power to de-link itself from the mechanisms of dependence?

The Barricade talked to Ovidiu Ţichindeleanu, the Romanian philosopher, about the importance of the late Samir Amin’s ideas, the need for Eastern Europe to follow its own path of development, the message of the Telciu Summer School, and the need for a ‘left-wing spirituality’Vladimir MitevVladimir Mitev is a Bulgarian-Romanian journalist

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The Black Sheep of Corruption

A position from the Romanian DiEM25 Florin E. PlatonA professional in Political Communication, political activist and supporter of the Pirates, the Progressive and Left forces of Europe. Founder of Romanian DiEM25, Coordinator of DiEM25 Bucharest1 DSC and of the official DiEM25 group for ‘European New Deal in Eastern Europe’.

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Does Moldova have a future?

They walk along the Stephen the Great Boulevard in Chișinău like victors. Then, proud and firm, they stop in front of the Moldovan government’s seat. They carry national flags. However, this is not an ordinary patriotic or nationalist demonstration: they, Romanians, coming from the neighboring country, will demand the liquidation

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