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DROIT INTERNATIONAL ANTI-RÉFUGIÉS “ÉCONOMIQUES”​ : UN DROIT D’EXTRÊME-DROITE (9/2019)

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Pour mettre en lumière la couleur politique du “pilier invisible” du droit international relatif aux réfugiés

Le vide juridique du droit international relatif aux réfugiés dits “économiques” permet aux Etats de les rejeter, à la différence, par exemple, du droit international afférent aux réfugiés victimes de persécutions diverses.

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FRANCE, ALWAYS READY FOR A URANIUM WAR IN THE SAHEL (8/2019)

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French researchers from the IRIS Institute contemplate war in a 2018 study sponsored by the French government

Those researchers are warmongers, masked as fake intellectuals. They are very well paid by the French government. By publishing that type of almost confidential study for “experts”, they demonstrate that they belong to another class of soldiers, always hidden behind their publications. They do not take any risk, but they gladly take governmental funds. Their love for this sort of funding and the way in which they legitimize the French addiction to uranium far outpace any sort of minimal respect for people living in the Sahel.

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A WIDE-RANGING INVESTIGATION ON AFRICAN “ECONOMIC” REFUGEES COMING SOON (8/2019)

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If my continent weren’t so ruthless with African “economic” refugees

If my continent weren’t so ruthless with African “economic” refugees is a wide-ranging investigation in three parts. It begins with Widespread contempt, continues with Half-hidden violence and ends with Empire of rejection. This investigation primarily addresses the migrations of African “economic” refugees to the European Union (EU) within the broader context of migrations from non-EU countries. It dissects the way in which the EU deals with this issue while focusing on the French position. It scrutinizes the actions of the EU and its member States both at the external borders of the EU and in Africa, explaining how these actions are connected with the current situation of refugees. This piece of investigative journalism encompasses a lot of original facets. Among them, it examines some overlooked economic causes of migrations; it analyzes the political ideas of people who help refugees; it gives an overview of France’s vital resources to welcome millions of “economic” refugees.