La Revue, or ‘The Magazine’ is a detailed account of current events, international politics, social culture, modern technology and even new films, books or music suggestions. There is a huge amount for readers to work through and appeals to many areas of interest. It really does cover every aspect of international economics and politics to keep you totally up to date with what is going on in the world, and these articles are littered with light hearted pieces about food, holidays, alternative culture and film. There are also pieces on brilliant new inventions and discoveries, as well as articles on important issues such as global warming, historical events and amazing people from both past and present. Written in French.
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It is terrifying to think how many problems have arisen in this generation, and how they all need to be dealt with ASAP. It seems we have created a lifestyle too intelligent for ourselves and perhaps our world, because our economy is disintegrating at an even more rapid rate than our ozone layer. All pretty dismal isn’t it? And we aren’t quite sure what to do about it. My mother has been very excited recently due to the phenomenon of recycling making its way into our family home. She introduced me proudly to the glass box, the paper box, the plastic box and of course, the rather potent smelling compost bin. ‘It’s all so clever’ she’d say over and over. Well, she makes a very good point, because it is. I think the problem we are being faced with is the fact that there is a minute amount of people who know enough about any particular element of western culture, be it money, science, technology or political systems, leaving the rest of the world quite clueless and heavily reliant. Perhaps we should be taught these sorts of things in school, in a sort of ‘Current Events’ lesson? A good idea, but I think we all know a good 60% of kids would just sit there gormlessly playing with bits of blue tack. As unlikely as it is, I think it’s vital for people to take an interest in learning about these things, however complicated, so that more of us can come up with potential ideas on how to fix ourselves up.