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Joseph A. Harriss is The American Spectator's Paris correspondent. One of his latest books was An American Spectator in Paris.
by | May 23, 2014

Bardolaters are enjoying a movable feast in this 450th anniversary year of William Shakespeare’s birth. It began appropriately enough in…

by | May 19, 2014

Who says there’s anything wrong with the European Union? I mean, apart from the fact that it’s founded on little…

by | Apr 17, 2014

France’s pseudo-bolshevikian government has discovered a new problem in urgent need of a socialist solution: what to do about women….

by | Apr 7, 2014

President François Hollande, France’s most unpopular leader in the 56-year history of the Fifth Republic, has just been slapped upside…

by | Mar 31, 2014

France’s reputation for a relaxed attitude toward sex has long fed the world’s public opprobrium—and its secret fantasies. Mark Twain…

by | Mar 12, 2014

To understand Europe’s confused, conflicted reaction to Vladimir Putin’s brazen grab of real estate in its own back yard, look…

by | Feb 14, 2014

You never really expect state visits to produce concrete results, and this week’s trip to the U.S. by French President…

by | Jan 15, 2014

And to think they called him limp, soft, flaccid. The nickname behind his back was Flanby, a popular gelatinous French…

by | Jan 6, 2014

Out of nowhere this autumn, the sunny little Provençal town of Brignoles (pop. 17,000) became the most famous place most…

by | Jan 17, 2013

Behind his back they giggled and called him Flanby. He might have been popular with the French press, always good…

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