Rudyard Kipling, like a burning diamond

1638249880 Rudyard Kipling like a burning diamond

The English writer Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), portrayed around 1900.adoc-photos (Corbis via Getty Images) Not long ago, an expert in Indian art berated me, in a relaxed talk, for saying “India”, instead of what is now politically correct: just India. He explained to me that, for example, you don’t say “Paris” or “France.” I replied with … Read more

Burning, and South Korean cinema (again) sparked

Burning and South Korean cinema again sparked

The passion around Squid Game, the craze for K-pop, the phenomenon Gangnam Style… For more than a decade, and today more than ever, South Korean cultural productions have been on the rise. Cinema included. And not just a little. Evidenced by the dithyrambic reception given by the press to Burning, a twilight jewel landed in … Read more

Is the Moroccan Sahara burning? | French Hespress

Is the Moroccan Sahara burning French Hespress

According to the Spanish press and the French newspaper Liberation a little, according to the French newspaper l’Humanité, a lot, if not passionately. We have rarely seen so many media lying en masse as during this “coverage” of the conflict in “Western Sahara” (a mild euphemism to disguise the colonial past of the countries to … Read more

Is the Moroccan Sahara burning? By Abdelaziz Tribak

1635277103 Is the Moroccan Sahara burning By Abdelaziz Tribak

Is the Moroccan Sahara burning? According to the Spanish press and the French newspaper Liberation a little, according to the French newspaper l’Humanité, a lot, if not passionately. We have rarely seen so many media lying en masse as during this “coverage” of the conflict in “Western Sahara” (a mild euphemism to disguise the colonial … Read more