[Video] Interview avec Jasmin Jahic

Cette vidéo a été enregistré avec et pour le Lëtzebuerger Journal en mars 2021, dans le cadre du show “Elo mol éierlech” (Soyons honnêtes). La vidéo est disponible sur le site web de Journal. Voici un court extrait: Si vous souhaitez soutenir le journalisme indépendant au Luxembourg, vous pouvez vous abonner à Journal pour 168 €/an […]

[Podcast] Oppen Dieren Episod 4: Platformaarbecht

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The EU Is Missing a Chance to Address Its Problems With Turkey

Last October, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan suggested that French President Emmanuel Macron ought to seek “some sort of mental treatment,” after the latter had announced a tougher stance on radical Islam. Tensions between Turkey and France have been rampant since the beheading of French civics teacher Samuel Paty, who was targeted for showing caricatures […]

The Commission’s organic ambitions will be paid by consumers

Consumers will foot the bill for extravagant organic goals As I’ve previously explained on this website, the EU’s organic ambitions are seriously misled, because contrary to popular belief, organic food is neither environmentally friendly, nor better for consumers. Research has established that moving all current farming to organic farming would increase greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions […]

We Will Suffer For Failing To Weigh Risks

Anti-lockdowners were opposed in promoting cost-benefit analysis, now everyone else will suffer the consequences Which shot did you get?” has become a recurring question in Europe, where many vaccines are now available on the market. After Pfizer/BioNTech became the first to be approved by the European Medicines Agency, European countries are also using the AstraZeneca […]

Fake products create real hardships

Protecting brands is not just about economics, it is also about human rights The hardships in factories around South-East Asia aren’t new to European media consumers. Thousands of workers all around the continent are affected by adverse living and work conditions — particularly in those factories that make counterfeited goods. In 2016, counterfeited goods amounted […]

“If you’re not on TikTok, you quickly become an outcast”

My latest article was published on Journal. It can be found HERE. The Chinese app TikTok is the superstar of social media, booming because of its creative potential. However, the platform has also been criticised for its privacy policy and its inability to prevent sexual harassment and cyberbullying. The Luxembourgish government banks on education to fight […]

The fallacy of content quotas

I’ve become somewhat of a streaming junkie during this pandemic, following up on the criticism that my pop-culture knowledge is sub-optimal. Now subscribed to three services at once, I watch both popular movies and TV shows from the U.S. and niche local productions buried in the dark corners of Netflix. On these platforms, content curation […]