: In 2019, there are 17 tonnes of highly active nuclear waste that will be cleared and stored in Norwegian nature. It is a very complicated and environmentally hazardous work, which the authorities have been pushing ahead for years.
: France sentences its own citizens to prison for assisting people in need. Europe is letting the ragged remains of its morals and ethics drown in the Mediterranean. Libre follows a man who counteracts.
Laurent Larcher: Au nom de la France? Les non-dits de notre diplomacy
: Laurent Larcher calls for openness, value appreciation and debate on French foreign policy. The author claims that France's power elite hides its real agenda behind meaningless statements and secrecy.
Tania de Montaigne: L'assignation. Les Noirs' existing pass
: On a daily basis, we constantly sacrifice the uniqueness, identity and individuality of others on the altar of group affiliation, writes the French political scientist Tania de Montaigne in a new book.
: The agency series Le Bureau takes place in a recognizable political reality, where knowledge is both power and a tradable commodity – in addition to focusing on the French intelligence service as a workplace.
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