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French presidential election
12 | april | 2022

As polls suggested, Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will face each other in the second round of the French presidential elections on April 24. However, the narrow advantage with which the incumbent president is starting against the far-right candidate, in an election marked by high abstention and poor electoral performance of the more traditional parties, has raised many questions in the French and international press about the future of the French political system and the impact on Europe.

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Are coups back in Africa?
12 | february | 2022

Over the last 18 months there have been 7 coups or attempted coups in various African countries. Following the latest coup attempt in Guinea-Bissau, ECOWAS met to discuss the events, classifying them as a threat to the entire region and fearing a contagion movement.

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Ukraine War
21 | february | 2022

The Russian recent military build-up on the border with Ukraine has meant increased tensions with the United States and NATO allies. Russia, with the support of China, is demanding an end to NATO expansion. Diplomatic efforts are multiplying to avoid escalating tensions.

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German elections and the end of Merkel's era
28 | september | 2021

The German federal elections of September 26, 2021 mark the end of the so-called Merkel era, after 16 years as head of the government. The SPD's victory by only 1.6% over the CDU and the results of several political forces open up the possibility of several multiparty coalitions. In the European Union and in international politics, Germany's role will become increasingly relevant in a transitional context in the international system..

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