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“Long live incommunication, the victory of Europe” by Dominique Wolton

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Cover of the book “Long live incommunication, the victory of Europe” by Dominique Wolton. Edition Bourin Francois Eds

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Jean-Baptiste Letondeur

For 70 years, crises, misunderstandings and threats have undermined the European project. We saw it this year with Brexit, Covid-19 and a Europe that sometimes has trouble acting and being united. And yet the adventure continues, because Europe is not lacking in assets. It is often even without realizing it at the forefront in many fields. This is shown in his latest book Dominique Wolton, CNRS research director and communication specialist.

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