04/27/2013 - 10:23
Since François Hollande became the seventh President to be elected in the Fifth Republic, his Lady had been only shedding ink. She supported the socialist dissident Olivier Falorni, while the party supported his opponent in the election of La Rochelle. The politico-medial sphere quickly denounced a mixture of genres.
Valérie Trierweiler is wrong to believe she is free
Valérie Trierweiler should find her rightful place next to the new President

01/26/2013 - 20:50
The National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD) was founded in 1964 and consisted mostly of the former DP and DRP. Since then the party has caused much controversy. The question naturally arises as to whether the party should and can from a legal standpoint, be banned.
The great challenges which face a movement for prohibition
It is time to set an end to the NPD

01/26/2013 - 20:20
The 9th November is the date is associated the proclamation of the first German republic in 1918, the Beer Hall Putsch of 1923, Kristallnacht in 1938 and the fall of Berlin Wall in 1989. However as it stands the official national holiday is rather the 3rd of October – the day of German unity. Should it be changed?
3rd October 1990 – “Unity, Justice and Freedom”
9th of November – a new national holiday for Germany

01/26/2013 - 20:09
On October 1st the former German finance minister Peer Steinbrück was nominated as candidate of the social democrats for the upcoming Federal elections next fall. Is he a viable alternative to the popular Chancellor Angela Merkel? Are he and his party capable of winning a relative majority in next year’s election?
Merkel – reformer and crisis manager
"For competence" means "for Steinbrück"

01/15/2013 - 15:02
The catastrophe of the nuclear power plant Fukushima has triggered a lively debate on civilian nuclear energy, particularly in France, where the largest share of electricity is produced by nuclear reactors. Should the accident impact French energetic policies?
A necessary transition towards renewable energies
Following the anti-nuclear trends would be madness

01/14/2013 - 13:37
Francois Hollande, the socialist winner of the Primaries runs for president in 2012. Socialists believe in the success of their candidate who does not get frightened by the harsh critics of the right wing. Will the left wing be able to mark a turning point in French politics? Is Holland the best possible candidate?
A suitable candidate
The candidate of the “soft left”

05/20/2012 - 11:28
The French Presidential campaign officially began Friday 16th of March. This marked the dead-line for handing in the required 500 signatures to the Constitutional Council in order to participate in May’s election. However, the terms of this formality is under debate.
Sponsorship of Candidates for the Presidential Elections: more of democracy needed
Sponsorship of Candidates for the Presidential Elections: a Good System

07/28/2011 - 18:17
Spain introduced the state of alarm in December 2010 because of the strike launched by air traffic controllers. The passengers stuck at the airports and the public opinion supported the measures. However, according to the critics, the decision endangers democracy.
Uncontrollable controllers?
An excessive measure