Director of the European strategy and development consultancy Partenaire Europe, editorialist, columnist and speaker on French radio, press, TV and internet media in France and Poland.
Every year, like many of us, I spend the summer holidays with my family. It's a time for endless political discussions. As someone who enjoys adversarial debate, I must admit that I'm often provocative. I particularly enjoy sparking discussions on immigration with my elders, as our opinions differ so widely on this issue.
As someone who is particularly attracted to ideas contrary to my own and confronting them, I am always astonished when it is no longer allowed to challenge a line of reasoning without being ostracized from society.
In the eastern countries of the EU, France has become the poster child of what not to do when it comes to immigration.
Loup Viallet: To become an essential power on the European stage, Poland must develop its African geopolitics and build convergences with France
Loup Viallet is a specialist in African geopolitics and international economics
The month of September may have seemed strangely quiet in France, but it was nonetheless a time of major upheavals.
In my September report (LINK), I explained how Moscow had regained the upper hand in the media, thanks in particular to the campaign launched by Nicolas Sarkozy, and then to the shady game played by Berlin.
Interview with Philippe Fabry (French historian, geopolitologist and essayist) to mark the publication of an English translation of one of his major works: "Les impérialistes revanchards: Poutine, Hitler, Bonaparte et les autres...".
France: a chimerical rule of law that undermines the credibility of the State and delegitimizes the law
Once again, a professor - Dominique Bernard - has been murdered. Once again, the perpetrator had no business to be in France and should have been deported long ago.