Reform of The French Baccalaureate Exam - No More Cramming?
3 Questions to Christian Forestier
This reform project goes in the right direction, as it aims to both simplify and modernize the baccalaureate.
Korea’s Diplomatic Games. May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor.
Dominique Moïsi, Special Advisor to Institut Montaigne, analyses the diplomatic stakes underlying this sporting event, after a year marked by tensions between both Koreas.
Poland and Its Tormented Past
Article by Dominique Moïsi
"A day will come when "we" in turn will have to say to them: [...] do not rush to rebuild walls that you have had so much trouble demolishing."
The Disinformation Issue Isn't (Just) a Platform Issue
Théophile Lenoir's Analysis
Are social media companies the bad guys?
7 Things To Know About France
Climate change, crisis of representation, competitiveness… Institut Montaigne paints a brief picture of France today in 7 key points.
Will Paul Kagame Remodel the African Union Into a “Strong Institution”?
Barack Obama declared in a famous speech: Africa doesn’t need strongmen, it needs strong institutions.