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Not all feminists are worth supporting

Mondon, Aurelien (20 nov. 2011)

The following thoughts came to me after a recent Melbourne Free University lecture on the Future of Feminism. The insightful presentation given by Melbourne Feminist Collective’s Neda Monshat and Alexia Staker led to a fascinating discussion in the second part of the event. Two points in ...

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A brown spectre is haunting Europe

Mondon, Aurelien (13 mars 2013)

I recently wrote about how the extreme right has become mainstream in France, and how the French have cast off their disgust of the politics offered by a party founded by neo-fascists. Since, events have shown that this trend is far from restricted to France. It has indeed become fashionable for ...

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Sarkozy’s ugly campaign

Mondon, Aurelien (20 avr. 2012)

The first round of the French Presidential election is set to take place on Sunday. The latest polls have shown that right-wing president Nicolas Sarkozy and his centre left contender François Hollande are set to win their ticket to the second round. While both are currently polling in the high 20s ...

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Windschuttle's Lesson in Populist Rhetoric

Mondon, Aurelien (31 juil. 2011)

That’s it! Keith Windschuttle has had enough. The Quadrant editor and revisionist writer on Aboriginal matters has had it with the left. No longer will he stand stoic and composed in the face of the vicious attacks waged against defenceless and moderate conservatives. No longer will he let his ...

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France's sombre destiny

Mondon, Aurelien (16 févr. 2012)

Two months to the French presidential election, the prospects of the extreme right Front National remain as high as ever. In many polls, Marine Le Pen hovers at between 15 and 20 percent and, in some cases, even leads right-wing UMP candidate and president Nicolas Sarkozy and centre-left candidate ...

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2012 - The year of the Front?

Mondon, Aurelien (3 mars 2012)

The Guardian believes she is ‘the most dangerous woman in France’, and less than a hundred days before the 2012 presidential election, Marine Le Pen appears to be the best contender the extreme right Front National has ever put forward. A sign of changing times, she is also only the second ...

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Is Marine Le Pen Really the Candidate to Beat in the French Election?

Mondon, Aurelien (5 déc. 2016)

First article was first published in Newsweek With less than five months to go before the first round of the presidential elections in France, and days after François Fillon was elected to stand as the mainstream right candidate, the focus of much of the media remains anchored on Marine Le Pen. ...

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France 2012: Sarkozy’s battle with the right hands Hollande the presidency

Mondon, Aurelien (7 mai 2012)

Francois Hollande has a tough challenge ahead, having won the French presidency. EPA/Guillaume Horcajuelo Socialist candidate Francois Hollande has won the French presidential election with 52% of the vote, ousting sitting president Nicolas Sarkozy. In hindsight, there have been few surprises in ...

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Who is really stifling free speech?

Mondon, Aurelien (25 sept. 2011)

It is striking how many opinion pieces have been written in the past few years to defend our so threatened freedom of speech. Many politicians like John Howard fought throughout the 1990s to ‘lift the pall of censorship’ placed on ordinary Australians. He believed it was high time for people to ...

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Defending the indefensible: France, the burkini affair and the further mainstreaming of racism

Mondon, Aurelien (2 sept. 2016)

In the aftermath of the Nice attack on 14 July 2016 and the murder of a priest in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray on 26 July, the burkini became headline material in France when on 28 July, the mayor of Cannes introduced a ban preventing ‘access to beaches and for swimming … to anyone not wearing ...

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