Comparative Outlook on censorship

It is without doubt, censorship in the so called liberal democracy seems to be manifestly at odds with liberal tradition going back to bourgeois American and French revolutions(between 1776,1789) and to their Declarations of the rights of Man proclaiming the free speech and Freedom of... [ Continue Reading ]

Comment on the chiraquie

When Chirac left his post in 2007,he was unpopular, having hardly 20% of popular support. When he became prime minister in 1986, under Mitterand presidency, he initiated a neoliberal policy, beginning by a large campaign of privatizations that had been nationalized by Mitterand after 1981,... [ Continue Reading ]