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The United States and China:They must talk together

The Joe Biden victory has been welcomed with relief by the international community: it was the certainty of an appeasement of the geopolitical tensions with the comeback of the presence of the U.S. in the major multilateral discussions. Several signals have been very quickly sent with notably the return in the Paris Agreement related to the fight against climate warming from which Donald Trump had left its country. But the issue of the relations with China still remains sensitive. The tone has changed with the abandon of the provocations but the analysis remains the same: China is a strategic ...

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Joe Biden : a new François Mitterrand ?

The commemoration of the 40th anniversary of François Mitterrand election has given the opportunity to numerous events and broadcast documentaries reminding his action in essential areas as the European construction, freedoms, culture or economy. It is about this last issue that controversies have been the most acute with the evocation of the rebound policy launched in June 1981 which was followed by the “rigor turnaround” in March 1983. This debate is coming at the precise moment when the new president of the United States, in a radical rupture with his predecessor policy, has launched a rebound plan looking ...

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China-United States : toward a respite ?

The covid-19 pandemic and the impacts of the virus mutation have heavily affected the world economy. But they have not been the only ones to constitute a threat. The tensions between the two biggest economic powers, the United States and China, to the point it has been said there was a new “cold war”, have worried and the questions we can rightfully ask about the intentions of the new American president are still there. His predecessor had wanted to affirm his desire for power. In his slogan “America first” there was both the priority given to the satisfaction of American ...

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