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Blogs by Timothe Buffet

  • ‘The Great Blight of Our Age’: Left-Wing Bias at University

    ‘The Great Blight of Our Age’: Left-Wing Bias at University

    | Education
    Having just completed an undergraduate degree, I have experienced first-hand the left-wing bias dominating the UK’s academia. Not that I minded much my daily dose of post-Marxist virtue signalling; and on the plus side left-wingers can be rather good fun to wind up. Yet, looking at the wider picture, the ...
  • ‘Freedom Lies in Being Bold’: New Ideas for a New French Right

    ‘Freedom Lies in Being Bold’: New Ideas for a New French Right

    | Politics
    After five pitiful years of Socialist governance, the presidential and legislative elections could have marked the comeback of the French right. Corruption scandals aside, François Fillon could have been the one taking France on the right track. However, the results of the first round of legislative elections suggest En Marche ...
  • Macronomics: The Hand of the State Vs. the Invisible Hand

    Macronomics: The Hand of the State Vs. the Invisible Hand

    | Economy
    With an unemployment rate at 9.9% in the last quarter of 2016, a GDP growth rate at 0.3% in the first quarter of 2017, and a chronic public deficit, France’s new president, Emmanuel Macron is expected to deliver on economic reforms.Macron intends to create a ‘new model of growth’ centred, ...