Columns & Media

Contributing the Public Debate

The Bridge Tank is committed to delivering clear ideas, relevant to all –– specialists and citizens alike who are seeking a better understanding of the challenges of globalization and the evolution of global ecosystems. In this section, our team presents a set of editorials and chronicles or reports on our media presence.

  • Africa Wants its Own, West-free, Path to Development 24 August 2016 “At the 27thsummit of the African Union (AU), which took place in Kigali on the 17thand 18thof July, as a first,the AU’s invited none of its partners: France, the United States, the United Kingdom, China, the European Union, had to read the press… This was neither an oversight nor an… Lire la suite
  • Mrs. UN Secretary General : The Final Race Ticks In 20 July 2016 This year’s election process for the position of the next UN Secretary General is by far the most open and transparent in the UN’s history following 70 years of closed-door negotiating and secretive lobbying. On Tuesday for the first time, ten out of twelve candidates took part in two televised… Lire la suite
  • COP 22 in Morocco : African solutions for Africa and the world ? 2 June 2016 Morocco just announced its three top priorities for COP22, inviting partner countries to join the “Triple A” initiative : “Adaptation, Agriculture, Africa”. For the three co-authors of this OpEd published inJeune Afriqueon the 2nd of June, The initiative appears to be a major step although it has not been headlined by the… Lire la suite
  • The visit of the French President in India, beyond the Rafales’ deal 1 March 2016 The Chairman of The Bridge Tank, Joël Ruet, has commented on France 24 channel the 24th January 2016 the visit of the French President François Hollande in India.   Joël Ruet defended the idea that France needs to understand the position of India today. He said that "Beyond the Rafales ‘… Lire la suite
  • Emerging economies cracked : a matter of economic diversification 15 February 2016 On the occasion of COP21, December 8, Joel Ruet, Chairman of The Bridge Tank, and Guillaume Henry, the lawyer entitled Intellectual Property, presented the report “Sustainable Development and Intellectual Property: Access to technologies emerging” at the prestigious Club “Cercle de l'Union Interalliée”. In his address, Joel Ruet said, “Today, the… Lire la suite
  • The African Way to Emerge : The Vision of the Elites 3 November 2015 Despite growth rates that are close to Asian levels, Africa continues to draw doubts from experts, who point to various structural problems. African elites are conscious of the challenges, but promote a positive vision focused on solutions and opportunities. Mohamed Soual (Chief Economist of Moroccan’s leading industrial company), Mamadou Lamine… Lire la suite
  • Emerging Africa : Under Which Conditions ? 13 October 2015 It’s Africa’s turn to emerge according to experts. But according to those external voices, it will only happen provided that the continent enhances its natural resources. In this column published in Le Monde on the 13th of October 2015, Joel Ruet and El Hadj Kassé (Minister-Counselor to the President of Senegal)… Lire la suite
  • Meet the Prospective Next UN Secretary-General 1 October 2015 Global leaders are gathering in New York this week for the 70thregular session of the United Nations General Assembly, and the search for Ban Ki-moon’s successor is intensifying. Candidates will be needed who have experience in shepherding complex multilateral relationships, can be a bridge builder between the United States, Russia, and… Lire la suite
  • French Blindness on Indian Industry 1 June 2015 Beyond the Rafale’s “deal” with India, France needs to fundamentally change the way it understands the position of India within the global economy today. As India develops partnerships and seeks to strengthen its power in global industry, France needs to incorporate India’s new vision and “Make in India” program into… Lire la suite
  • Modi should look to India’s neigbours 6 October 2014 “Mr Modi’s government must begin to deliver concrete results to the electorate in order to retain their votes before the next general election. Infrastructure projects and educational reform will not bear fruit for at least another five to 10 years, yet tackling poverty and economic empowerment need not take so… Lire la suite
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