The recent history of Hong Kong, “a story of treachery and deceit”, “throws some light on what you...Read More
Category: THEY SAID SO
Conference on the Future of Europe :
the European Parliament supports one of the key proposals of Renaissance *
Members of the European Parliament adopted, by a very large majority, a resolution setting out the objectives and organisation of one of the key proposals of the Renaissance programme to lay new foundations for overhaul the European project.Read More
The 23rd of October is the day of commemoration of the revolution in 1956 against the Soviet occupation and the communist dictatorship in Hungary. Members of European Parliament from four nations share their thoughts on the importance of this historic event for the whole of Europe.Read More
It is an old, a very, very old church in the centre of Prague. The roof has been rebuilt, but the walls are original, and the church breathes of centuries of such a tormented history that it served as the ideal frame for the awarding of the Vaclav Havel prize, given out each year to human rights defenders.Read More
Members of the Committee of Legal Affairs (JURI) rejected, for a second time, on Monday 30 September, the Commissioner-candidates proposed by Romania and Hungary.
They voted 13 against 7 for turning down the candidature of the Romanian Rovana Plumb, considered “incapable to carry out her functions” as Commissioner for transport and they gave a similar verdict to the Hungarian László Trócsányi, with 12 votes against 9.Read More
welcome to this site.
It is not simply the webpage of the Member of the European Parliament, who I have become with great apprehension. Not of the journalist either, who I have been for half a century.
It is a wild ambition: I wanted to give a report on my work as an elected representative in Brussels and in Strasbourg, to continue to follow the evolution of world politics and to try to describe and decipher the stakes and the mysteries behind the scenes of the European institutions.
I wanted to create a multilingual site, to step across the borders that sometimes still separate us.
“Smithing makes the smith”, I hope you will bear with me.
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Mélanie-Véronique Le Clanche
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Born on 28 January 1951 in Boulogne-Billancourt
Married, father of two children
Centre de formation des journalistes (CFJ), Paris
Journalist, field of expertise: geopolitics
Journalist at Le Monde 1979-1990; correspondent in Vienna, Warsaw, Washington
Moscow correspondent 1987-1990
Radio columnist at France Inter 1991-2018
Editor-in-chief of Expansion 1991-1993 and of the Nouvel Observateur 1996-1999
Former Editorial writer at L’Express, Le Temps, Libération
Writes in La Repubblica, Gazeta, and l’Espresso
Six prizes of journalism, including
Albert-Londres Prize 1981
Mumm Prize 1989 for the book Géopolitique
Patron Mai, Le Seuil, 1975
Eloge de la Tortue, Le Monde, Actualités, 1991
Pologne, with Philippe Barbey, Arthaud 1992
Géopolitique, L'Olivier, 1995
L'Europe fédérale, avec Philippe Labarde, Grasset, Collection : « Pour et Contre », 2002
Le Monde est mon métier : Le journaliste, les pouvoirs et la vérité, with Jean Lacouture, Grasset, 2007
L'an I des révolutions arabes : décembre 2010-janvier 2012, Belin, 2012
Intime Conviction. Comment je suis devenu européen, 2014
Dans l'Ivresse de l'histoire, Flammarion, 2017
L'Enquête hongroise (puis polonaise, italienne et autrichienne), Flammarion, 2019