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    A (Subjective) Chronology of May 68 in France, by Tomás Ibáñez

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    "We are not boss fodder" © La voie du jaguar "We are not boss fodder" © La voie du jaguar
    In France, for the 50th anniversary of “mai 68,” memories are flowing in numbers, all the more as today’s multiple movements involving students and other activists are being savagely repressed and railway workers are actively bringing their right to strike into the equation. I’ve chosen to offer my translation of a day-by-day account by a young anarchist swept into the movement.
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    Patrice Barrat has slipped away

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    I'd worked as a translator for Patrice Barrat, founder of Bridge Initiative International, since 2005. Early this year, he passed away. My very humble tribute to this man of exception is today to publish my translation of the words written in his memory by composer, filmmaker, and writer Jean-Jacques Birgé.
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    Mediapart English wants your views!

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    Mediapart English, the English-language section of Mediapart, invites your blog contributions about whatever topic stirs you, concerning France or elsewhere in the world, which can be published here on our homepage in a spirit of debate and exchange.
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    Mediapart English wants your views!

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    Mediapart English, the English-language section of Mediapart, invites your blog contributions about whatever topic stirs you, concerning France or elsewhere in the world, which can be published here on our homepage Club column in a spirit of debate and exchange.
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    Building independence

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    Mediapart was launched eight years ago, on March 16th 2008. Here we present a few facts and figures about our development, beginning with an introduction from editor in chief Edwy Plenel on the construction of Mediapart’s independence.
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    A Plan B in Europe

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    Why we are convening an international summit on a plan B for Europe, open to willing citizens, organisations and intellectuals, by Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Member of the European Parliament, co-founder of the Parti de Gauche (France), Stefano Fassina, Member of the Italian Parliament, former Italian deputy minister of economy and finance (Italy), Zoe Konstantopoulou, President of the Hellenic parliament (Greece), Oskar Lafontaine, former German minister of finance, founder of Die Linke (Germany) and Yanis Varoufakis, Member of the Greek Parliament, former Greek minister of finance (Greece).
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    Scholars' Appeal for Greece

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    We the undersigned call on the governments of Europe, the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the IMF to respect the decision of the Greek people to choose a new course and to engage the new government of Greece in good faith negotiations to resolve the Greek debt.
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    Investment-led recovery for Europe

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    There is a growing consensus that it will prove impossible to restore growth on a sustained basis in the EU without stimulating investment, and the European Council of Heads of Government firmly asserted that the Union needs bold steps to step up investments and create jobs, write economists Giovanni Cozzi and Stephany Griffith-Jones who suggest here "two promising paths" to use limited public resources to achieve important gains in terms of investment.
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    There is no clean war

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    There is no such thing as a surgical strike, a clean war or a five minute evacuation of a city neighborhood; there is no such thing as "collateral damage" or justifiable civilian victims; there is no such thing as justice through bombing of civilians - whoever is supposedly hiding amongst them.
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    The World Cup of Politics in Latin America

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    The Soccer World Cup is already at the center of sports politics, but especially in Latin America (with a record team of teams passing to the next round) it is also at the center of politics as such, write Pablo Piccato and Federico Finchelstein in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and New York.