Category Archives: Carnet Atlantique

Plaza Accord Redux

Read the latest from Randal Hines on the world’s ongoing financial crisis, and how looking to the past might help with a solution for the future: “Those who enjoy watching train wrecks will find this column richly rewarding. As the … Continue reading

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牛津,剑桥,伦敦政经学院 (Oxford, Cambridge, LSE)

Check out our handy-dandy guide to studying at a top UK school–now available in English and Mandarin! Behold: “Oxford offers a distinctive form of undergraduate education, unique in the world to Oxford and Cambridge. What makes us distinctive is: 牛津所提供的是一种独具特色的本科教育,一种不同于世界而只属于牛津剑桥的教育。我们的特色是 … Continue reading

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Lettre de Vaison-la-Romaine: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Julian Crandall Hollick examines taxation in Provence in his latest piece. In a nutshell: all is not well outside Paris. “Vaisonnais, like everyone else in the world, are convinced they are overtaxed. They look at the new high school, the … Continue reading

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Lettre de Londres: Boris Johnson: Court Jester?

Our London correspondent Austin Ashley weighed in on the (brutally) comical Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, in the latest edition of Carnet Atlantique: “Johnson, avowedly a member of Cameron’s Conservative party, is riding a wave of post-Olympics popularity. Having achieved … Continue reading

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Happy birthday to us!

That’s right, your source for all things France, America and the world beyond has just turned two years old! Check out the latest edition of Carnet Atlantique, online now. In this issue, our editor-in-chief Paul Weinberg recounts his experiences in … Continue reading

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Yang Ming

Frequent contributor Rachel Dares had more from Chinese students’ perspective on life in France in the autumn edition of Carnet Atlantique. In this Q&A, she interviews Yang Ming, a Xuzhou native now studying communications at Sciences Po in Paris. Check … Continue reading

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Harvard Girl 《哈佛女孩》

Our intrepid correspondent Mary Wilds pulled double-duty this issue, analyzing the history and impact of potential American VP Paul Ryan, and writing this delicious piece about Chinese students studying at Harvard. Check out what she had to say about super-achieving … Continue reading

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