Dans la démocratie américaine, comme dans les autres démocraties occidentales, les foules se pressent souvent pour voter en faveur du moindre de deux maux : Biden plutôt que Trump là-bas, Macron plutôt que Le Pen ici, etc. Mais au fait, ils soutiennent quoi, au juste, les Américains qui ont voté Biden ?
In the U.S. democracy as in other western democracies, crowds often rush to vote for the lesser of two evils: Biden rather than Trump over there, Macron rather than Le Pen here, etc. But, by the way, what do people who voted for Biden really stand for?
The difference between debate and dialogue in politics is huge. The lack of distinction and the overwhelming focus on debates in politics generate major problems and deadlocks from local to international levels. From a political point of view, dialogue without coercion is almost the exact opposite of debate.
IF MY CONTINENT WEREN’T SO RUTHLESS WITH AFRICAN “ECONOMIC” REFUGEES
It is the third and final part of my investigation on African “economic” refugees. This last part is by far the richest. It is critical to fully understand the situation and stories of refugees in their human, economic, geographic, political, social and legal dimensions.