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Philanthropique et misanthropique à la fois : la politique étrangère française serait- elle un Janus ? ‘‘Il faut toujours rendre justice avant que d’exercer la charité’’ N. Malebranche .The Bridge MAG. Image.

 
L’inquiétant tableau de la situation actuelle de  la crise économique et financière  grecque domine les nouvelles du monde.
Au Royaume Uni, même le tournoi de tennis  le plus prestigieux de Wimbledon 2015   à Londres n’a pas pu distraire de l’essentiel  de l’actualité internationale,  surtout lorsque la  BBC a annoncé  la France  comme  deuxième plus grand  créancier européen de la Grèce  après l’Allemagne.
Dans le but de soutenir …

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La BBC a annoncé la France comme deuxième plus grand créancier européen de la Grèce après l'Allemagne. D’où vient la richesse de la France ? The Bridge MAG. Image.

The Wimbledon 2015 tennis tournament in London won’t distract from Greece’s current financial crisis which dominates the world news. The BBC announced that France is Greece’s
second largest creditor in Europe, after Germany.
In a bid to support Greece through its current debt crisis, France is lending the world’s oldest democracy 43.8 billion Euros. But this seemingly noble financial gesture aside, as the idiom goes, be just …