Contact Tracing: the Way Out of Lockdown?
Angèle Malâtre-Lansac and Laure Millet's Analysis
Several debates on the StopCovid digital tracking application have taken up a lot of space in French press columns in recent weeks.
Europe Versus Coronavirus Greece, an Unexpected Model
According to a poll conducted in early April by the television channel Skai, 82% of Greeks interviewed approve of the Prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ handling of the Covid-19 crisis.
[Survey] What the French Think about Local Government and Europe’s Crisis Response
The European question divides the French, with a third wanting more autonomy, a third in favour of cooperation limited to a few European countries, and another third wishing for the EU to be strengthened.
The Globalization We Need
Jeremy Adelman's Decoding
Rather than try to restore the old world, this is a good time to reinvent it.
Two Chinas, One System - Dissimulation and Strategic Opportunities
François Godement's Analysis
China will develop even more its own bilateral initiatives, especially in the direction of African countries, and developing countries more generally.
Growing Tensions Over Hong Kong's Autonomy
The pro-democracy camp hopes to win one more seat in each of the geographical constituencies, and one or two additional seats in the functional constituencies with respect to 2016, to reach a majority of more than 35 seats.