#Descifrado : Las protestas en América Latina – El final del silencio.

“El gran problema de América Latina no es el populismo: es el continuismo, el sostenimiento de malas políticas por décadas”. – Moisés Naím, economista venezolano.   Estamos a menos de un mes de terminar el año y como es usual, empezamos a analizar los cambios que se han observado a […]


#Decryption : Migration – We rise by lifting others

“Our world is shaped by migration, as generation after generation have travelled across the globe, carrying their ideas – and their objects – with them.” – Nathan Mannion, Epic The Irish Emigration Museum   Since the dawn of civilisation, humanity has constantly been on the move whether it is in […]


#Décryptage : Persécution des Ouïgours – La Chine à découvert

      Samedi 16 novembre, le journal américain The New York Times, a fait éclater « The Xinjiang Papers ». 400 pages de documents internes du régime chinois, mettant en lumière de manière officielle la mécanique répressive du gouvernement envers la minorité religieuse des Ouïgours. Une machinerie sur laquelle la communauté […]


#Interview : Less economically developed countries – First victims of climate change ?

Since the beginning of globalisation, countries have been trying to expand their economy by producing, exporting and importing massively in order to be connected to one another and collaborate to share materials among themselves. Nevertheless, the main issue with this phenomena is that LEDCs (Less Economically Developed Countries) depend extensively […]


#Décryptage : l’intervention turque en Syrie, pourquoi les kurdes sont-ils visés ?

« Aucun Etat ni groupe d’Etats n’a le droit d’intervenir, directement ou indirectement, pour quelque raison que ce soit, dans les affaires intérieures ou extérieures d’un autre Etat. En conséquence, non seulement l’intervention armée, mais aussi toute autre forme d’ingérence ou toute menace, dirigées contre la personnalité d’un Etat ou […]


Cour pénale internationale : une fin de procès qui laisse peser le doute

La suite et la fin du procès de Alfred Yekatom, s’est déroulé aujourd’hui à la Cour Pénale Internationale (CPI).  De nouvelles preuves controversées  En ce début de journée, les avocats ainsi que les procureurs ont abattu leurs derniers arguments pour tenter de remporter ce procès. À commencer par un reportage audio proposé et recueilli par le […]


COP24 : First steps to make operated the Paris Agreement

N.B. The present article was written based on the Draft resolution 2.2 that is to say before the end of the fourth committee session, for practical reasons. Some – non major – adjustment may have happened after the publication of the article. For this second and final session of the […]


The China influence within Europe – European Council

On this second day of LYONMUN, the European council gathered up in a small room. But small rooms do not mean small decisions. Indeed, they begin the day by voting the resolution for the last day, after waiting a long time for the delegate of Ireland to show up–he probably […]


A surprised consensus from the Security Council

The Security Council decides when the United Nation takes place. It deals with a various number of issues, dealing with issues one-by-one. The council responds to world crisis that could endanger international peace. All members of the UN must follow its resolution, due to the Article 25 of the Charter. […]


Bounces at the G20 committee

Today the Group of 20 Committee had met to discuss about reforming the World Trade Organization. All day long, the delegates worked hard to try to find an agreement.     A bad start The meeting started with many surprises, but not good ones. The delegates received a message saying […]