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QAriès
Helping (and others) to make sense of Europe. President . DM for Signal, Telegram etc. quentin.aries@pm.me
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QAriès Nov 18
Replying to @JphTanguy
En même temps vos alliés du PIS aiment acheter américain tout et n'importe quoi ;-)
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QAriès Nov 18
Trump administration says Israel’s West Bank settlements do not violate international law
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QAriès Nov 17
Ces municipales à Paris m'ennuient déjà ... On est en novembre et on arrive déjà aux "moments de grâce dans le métro"
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QAriès Nov 16
‘Yellow vest’ anniversary: What happened to the movement that shook France?
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QAriès Nov 15
Speculative answer: 'Just tweaks those points. It does not really matter. You are free to revert those changes as soon as you are in anyway' ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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QAriès Nov 14
Can we name a single International player complained about E.U. rules blocking them to play in England? (Such a weird video. Even European judges in the 1990s ruled on the freedom of movement for football players. Whatever)
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QAriès Nov 14
L'Europe est sauvée ! **(bon on a toujours pas de commissaire britannique)
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QAriès Nov 14
Replying to @corporateeurope
it is however a great opportunity to have minutes of meetings between a commissioner and a company. And you know quite well most E.U. commissioners do not take notes of meetings when they are alone.
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QAriès Nov 14
La guerre de 100 ans par contre ...
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QAriès Nov 13
Also, unlike Orbán, Le Pen and others, Macron is not doing a dual diplomacy based on religion in countries like Syria (like Hungary’s spin to help persecuted Christians in Syria). So bof, bof ...
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QAriès Nov 13
Several politicians outspoken on opposition enlargement (Mélenchon e.g.) attended the protest against anti-islamophobia on Sunday. A protest to answer the attack against a Mosquee recently. Not sure he is anti-Islam ...
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QAriès Nov 13
The problem though: opposing EU enlargement is a nation-wide consensus in France. From the communists to Le Pen. Does it mean the entire French political class is against islam?
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QAriès Nov 12
Replying to @QuentinAries
Probably the most honest way to remember the Paris attacks is to read Le Monde’s profiles of the victims.
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QAriès Nov 12
Damn. It was 4 years ago ...
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QAriès Nov 12
Dears Mrs Soors, I’m Quentin Ariès, a Washington Post reporter in Brussels. I emailed you a press request, did you have the chance to take a look at it? Best, Quentin
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QAriès Nov 12
[Interesting read] Macron Challenges Europe’s Self-Denial via
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QAriès Nov 12
Replying to @mpceo @Melanie_Vogel_
C’est vrai. Mais si il passe, j’attends avec impatience le texte sur la nouvelle haute autorité promise par Vdl. On va bien rigoler.
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QAriès Nov 12
Replying to @Melanie_Vogel_ @mpceo
Il existe cependant des mesures pour limiter les conflits d'intérêts dans l'octroi de fonds européens (cf. règles Horizon Europe et autres). Mais oui, si confirmé, Breton aura du mal à éviter dans des domaines qu'il a connu comme patron d'ATOS
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QAriès Nov 12
Replying to @mpceo
Je suis perdu. Un eurodéputé progressiste a pourtant dit ce midi que le vote de la commission affaires juridiques ne portait pas sur ses conflits d'intérêts mais sur la procédure. Qui croire ? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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QAriès Nov 12
Hi … I emailed you last week for a press request. No answer. No one is also answering their phones. Is there a problem?
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