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Christophe Guilluy writes from the left but has been acclaimed by the right. He believes that France, with its citadels of globalised wealth, is becoming like America but reserves his greatest contempt for bohemian liberals.
“People are prepared to try everything and see how it goes”.
Fallout from airport protests lingers as the city heads into another weekend of upheaval.
Jeremy is currently Brussels bureau chief for the Economist.
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Protesters in both countries fight for vastly different causes, yet have been faced with similar experiences of police’s tear gas, grenades and rubber bullet guns.
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I made my way to the yard on a sunny Monday in April and hid in some track-side bushes to await the Union Pacific train coming through at noon.
The multi-millionaire financier died in federal custody while awaiting trial on charges of operating a child sex-trafficking ring. Then the internet lost its mind.
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The shootings in El Paso are the latest expression of an unfounded and racist mythology.