A storm in a tasse de thé

The Paris November terrorist attacks have left the French political class in a state of turmoil. Since the suicide bombings and mass shootings at cafés, restaurants and the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris, the French have been divided as to how the government should react to protect its people without trampling on their fundamental […]

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Montreal: worlds within cities

Canada’s francophone province has much more to offer than we may first expect.  Quebec and its vibrant city Montreal are well known for their bilingual nature and the divide between Francophones and Anglophones.  We are all aware of the separatist question and the strong independence movement, which gained momentum in the 1960s.  Whilst this movement […]

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