Napoleon thinks he is for the Rhône

From Caesar to De Gaulle, the generals who entered politics did not spit on writing, especially not Napoleon. His first volume of “Letters, proclamations, speeches, … Read more

Evil in the Pyrenees – Culture / Next

The valley, Bernard Minier’s latest novel, comes out in bookstores this week. After a getaway to Hong Kong two years ago with M, the edge … Read more

“Attacks against nature are part of the health crisis”

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW – The Covid-19 pandemic must not obscure the protection of biodiversity, recall the famous primatologist and the Director-General of Unesco during a cross-interview … Read more

A bit of “Gears Tactics” in this bully world

Gears Tactics looks like a definition of the oxymoron in video games. As if, seized by a sudden attack of fever, an editor had taken … Read more

For parents it’s sporty too

Seghir Lazri works on the theme of social vulnerability of athletes. In this column, he takes a few pictures of sport through the social sciences. … Read more

Industrial revolution: the roots of exceptional growth

How to explain the spectacular growth of the European economy from the end of the XVIIIe century? Why in Europe, and not elsewhere? These are … Read more