Thursday, December 22, 2016

Number 93

French Politics has been named no. 93 of the 100 top political blogs. That might not seem like much to write home about, but the NY Times is only no. 4. And they probably have somebody to brew the coffee for them.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! :)

bernard said...

your blog is important to me. Bravo !

Long-time Expat said...

On the one hand I'm happy for you, on the other I note that the first 20 are all US-based blogs talking about USA things and the next 70 occasionally recognize a few UK, CA, AU notables, but still mostly USofA and only when this list gets to 90th 'best political blog' do we get a little bit of France and Latin America, of course, all written by assorted US-based academics and 'experts'.
I don't know if there's much to feel honored about here.

FrédéricLN said...

Repeating congratulations is not repeating oneself — because this blog is wonderfully alive (while I remember an excellent blogger in economics, who almost stopped publishing anything shortly after being nominated among the best ones in the category).

French politics are often so far below the level they pretend to be — "French politics" is constantly far above the level of the French political debate.

ZI said...

I concur, "French Politics" is far above the political debate in France. As a french, I have looked for a long time for a french-language equivalent to your blog, I have unfortunately yet to find it.

The only other blog I follow regularly on french politics is "Arun with a view", also in english.

Barry Murphy said...

Very well put