Election day is upon us! Yes, it’s finally time for our American friends to choose between President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romey. We at Carnet Atlantique have made no secret of our fondness for the POTUS, so … Continue reading
An unlikely source for today’s news: Rupert Murdoch’s own Fox News, which ran an editorial questioning whether bashing China is necessarily a wise move for both American presidential candidates. In the piece, titled “Obama, Romney talk tough on China — … Continue reading
Check out the latest on the American elections from our beloved editor-in-chief. A lot of people are talking about Romney killing it in the first debate. We think Obama will still emerge victorious. Here’s why: “When Barack Obama was elected … Continue reading
Election season is upon us and China’s global influence grows. Check out the latest edition of Carnet Atlantique, online now! An excerpt from Serge Dacic’s look at the American presidential elections: “Popular belief in France is that, if there is … Continue reading
For all the Obama-philes out there, check out Paul Weinberg’s latest article in the Summer 2012 edition of Carnet Atlantique: “While visiting the White House with his father, a former presidential assistant, 5 year old Jacob Philadelphia asked President Obama:“I … Continue reading
The latest edition of Carnet Atlantique is live now! Read all about Obama, Chinese life in Paris, money and power in Provence, David Cameron’s shaky friendships and the latest from Elaine Sciolino, a New York Times writer living in Paris.
Republican candidate Mitt Romney has made headlines during his campaign for declaring Beijing to be a threat to world currencies, but it wasn’t always so. In an intriguing new analytical piece, Reuters did a little digging and found that the … Continue reading