Manchette, Buchert, Baratte, Minier, Napoléon … the Libé Books selection

Five recommendations from the Books service and the favorites of booksellers on the Onlalu site to deconfinate. Letters from bad weather, Correspondence 1977-1995, by Jean-Patrick Manchette. Preface by Richard Morgiève, La Table Ronde, 528 pp, 25 €. (To be released May 28). An unpublished side of the work of Jean-Patrick Manchette (1942-1995) appears which brings […]

Visions du réel documentary festival: “In Guangzhou, globalization from below”

One of the most intriguing experiences of the deterritorialized festival was the Na China of the French Marie Voignier (photo DR) who, to auscultate the effects of globalized capitalism, followed three Cameroonian entrepreneurs launched into the heart of the reactor: the huge deregulated sap market in Guangzhou, China. Spending an hour to see them negotiate […]

The Great Job Fear – Morning Briefing

Good morning dear readers, What Handelsblatt readers have known since the end of last week is now an official government statement: The federal government expects one for 2020 Burglary of economic growth by 6.3 percent. This is how strong the gross domestic product is in the Post war history never shrunk in a year – […]

All work and no play (

Can be extremely annoying, but we still love them: children (scene from the film “The Shining”, 1980) Photo: Alamy / Warner Bros. My job, in addition to my work as a freelance writer, is an early childhood educator, as they say today, I myself prefer “kindergarten teacher” or “aunt”. Since relaxation has been in the […]

Corona crisis: the apocalypse is not the end of the world

Dhe apocalypse is not the end of the world. The Greek word “apocalypsis” by no means means catastrophe: it means revelation. The old fades away, another world comes into the light; the apocalyptic moment is when all the covers fall. The apocalypse of John therefore not only reports on the four apocalyptic horsemen who kill […]

The Cartographer of Inequality TIME ONLINE

content Read on one page content page 1 –The cartographer of inequality Page 2 –As a sociologist, Piketty is surprisingly strong Page 3 –The elites are the real backward page 4 –The ideology of absolute property page 5 –What is the progress? “Social inequality is neither a technological still an economic phenomenon, but a political […]

The legacy of Jack Welch from General Electric

Wednesday 4 March 2020 – 01:57 Jack Welch, former president of General Electric (GE).REUTERS When you write the business history of our time,Jack welchdeserve a chapter just for him. As president of General Electric (GE) between 1981 and 2001, he was the most influential executive of his time. Known asNeutronJack, I converted the conglomerate of […]

The fairy tale of green capitalism (

View of the site for the Tesla factory Photo: dpa / Tino Schöning Are you also afraid of all the fundamental changes that the climate crisis will bring, but at least as much afraid of all the changes that would be necessary to make our way of life and production climate-friendly? Do you worry about […]

It does not go forward nor back (

Photo: dpa / Armin Weigel Capitalism loves no standstill. If it is up to him, it always has to go uphill. As a result, the German economy sees the latest figures on the development of gross domestic product as a “warning” for the year that has just begun: economic output did not decrease in the […]