Ines Bresler is a young journalist based in Germany. She has a degree in Roman languages and European studies. Ines works in a press office and writes for several intenational media. Spending some time in France, she discovered her interest in European-African relations.
Not long ago, Tunisia was considered a shining example of the secular Arabic state. But since the Arab Spring, it is now the governing Islamic party which is oscillating between the secular opposition and its own more radical members. The Read on! →
Officially, French soldiers are fighting in Mali for security reasons. But is it out of charity that leads the French Government to do so? “We want to be sure that Mali is safe when we withdraw our troops. We want Mali Read on! →