on the border between Illinois and Missouri, “pro-life” and “pro-choice” face each other

The Mississippi River cuts the agglomeration of Saint-Louis in two. To the west, on the Missouri side, is the city of Saint-Louis, capital of the blues, founded in 1764 by a French fur trader in memory of Louis IX, overlooked by a majestic arch which symbolizes the door to the west. American. On the other … Read more

Education, a new political battleground in the United States

For Jon Baker, this Tuesday, May 3 is a bit special. Jon is 74 years old, 74 years at full speed. It was in Asia that he came of age in the mid-1960s, enlisted in the navy in the middle of the Vietnamese quagmire. Since then, he has held so many jobs that he finds … Read more

The United States warns of the risk of a new North Korean nuclear test

North Korea fired a sea-to-ground ballistic missile on Saturday (May 7th), announced the South Korean army staff. It is the fifteenth show of force this year for the nuclear-armed country, which also launched an intercontinental ballistic missile for the first time since 2017. This new shooting comes before the entry into office Tuesday, May 10 … Read more

British lawyer Karim Khan, new Attorney General of the International Criminal Court

It is the new face of the International Criminal Court (ICC). British lawyer Karim Khan was sworn in on Wednesday June 16 as the institution’s new chief prosecutor, the only permanent court for war crimes in the world. He starts a complex mission including controversial investigations into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and investigations in Afghanistan and … Read more

lawyers, on screen and in court

This is the story of a meeting. Militant, professional, friendly. Sylwia Gregorczyk and Michał Wawrykiewicz, two Polish lawyers, who barely knew each other, when they found themselves before the Supreme Court on July 23, 2017, in the midst of a demonstration for the independence of justice. → PORTRAIT. Poland: Igor Tuleya, rebellious judge despite himself … Read more