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Tag Archives: USA
Wuh oh. Relations between China and America took another hit today, after Reuters ran an exclusive story revealing details about China arresting a senior government official, accusing him of spying for the US. According to the wire, the alleged spy … Continue reading
“My guess: if Texas Governor Rick Perry enters the race for Republican presidential nominee, he will get it. Perry is a “red-meat Republican,” what’s needed to get past the right-wing conservative fringe that dominate early Republican primaries. However, in … Continue reading
“The Nobel is so passé. Now it’s the John D. MacArthur Genius Prize. Never heard of John D. MacArthur? That’s okay. He was a bit of an asshole. Despite this – or because of it – he was a sharp, … Continue reading
“You’ve heard of Pierre Salinger. Born in the USA, he was a colorful figure – fond of good cigars, poker games, and women. His jobs included: investigative journalist, wartime submarine skipper, and President John F. Kennedy’s Press Secretary. Pierre spent … Continue reading
“In the United States, energy independence is a seasonal theme, a popular topic of discussion only when the mood is just right. If we’re discussing energy independence at all, that must mean that we’re either rolling into a political campaign … Continue reading
The two Salingers, Woody Allen, DSK, the Tea Party, energy dependence and geniuses… Read up on all the latest in France, America and the world beyond in our July issue.
“In 1988, Lewis walked away from Solomon Brothers and an extremely lucrative position to write his book under the pretext that the whole experience struck him as preposterous. He figured the situation was unsustainable. Sooner rather than later, someone was … Continue reading
“Superstars, be they footballers or PhDs, are hot global properties. Athletes, presumably drawn by money and celebrity, and PhDs drawn by generously endowed and equipped laboratories in an agglomeration of first-rank science, are leaving their home countries for friendlier shores … Continue reading
“The idiosyncratic former two-term Governor (1975-1983), dubbed “Moonbeam” has a lot on his plate. Californians overwhelmingly looked to him last November to get the state back on track. His experience and successes in his past two terms, as well as … Continue reading
French foreign policy, American dreams and brain drain… the latest issue of Carnet Atlantique is now online!