Since the emergence of its fifth republic in the late 1950s, France functioned as a semi-presidential system, with a president largely in charge of foreign policy, and a prime minister, largely in charge of domestic policy.
Naturally, these visuals had only one meaning for the journalist who was from France; a country where the name of the chief of general staff isn’t known and where the army is deemed “mute” since the Dreyfus incident: a military coup! We had seen only a president who stood against this and he was Turgut Özal.
Finally, the Court abstained from making a decision in a similar case in which a woman in France was also dismissed from her workplace, because in that particular case, the dismissal was due to a complaint of a customer.
When looking at the late 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the Ottoman state was the subject of the struggle for influence between England, France, Russia, and Germany.
Heavy responses from terrorist groups have come against the air attacks carried out by states such as France, Germany and Belgium.
ormer president of the World Trade Organization Pascal Lamy, in his recent interview to France Inter TV, became a complainant against Russian media outlets by alleging that there is an editorial alliance between these outlets which works to undermine the EU.
Emerging from Italy by the late 14th and early 15th century and spreading through Western Europe, especially France, the Renaissance was seen as an attempt to break away from the metaphysical and to create a world order centered on reason, opposing the divine order.
It’s known that the bourgeois class in France, which lacked an aristocratic background, created their own background stories.
ome of the French say “Britain has a real democracy under the cover of monarchy, while France has a real monarchy under the cover of democracy.
"We have recently witnessed France arresting people for browsing terrorism-linked content online.
Already in 2010, France banned and even criminalized the burqa.
” During the invasion of France in WWII, while she was alone with her three-year-old child in her house, the Gestapo knocked on the door of her house around 3 AM.
Marine Le Pen’s popularity in France, Brexit in the United Kingdom, the anti-migration policies of the Alternative für Deutschland can all be perceived as a new wave of mobilization of the silent majority.