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by | Aug 15, 2020

I Maurice Berger, the French child psychologist, psychoanalyst, and professor at the National School of Magistrates, has spent some four…

by | Jul 14, 2020

Recommendations for the day’s special screenings, this being France’s national day, when a mob went to the detention center at…

by | Jun 17, 2020

Michel Gurfinkiel was the foreign editor of Valeurs Actuelles, a Paris-based newsweekly, for many years. He is the author of…

by | Jun 16, 2020

The destruction of public monuments currently raging on both sides of the Atlantic has found an unlikely new opponent in…

by | May 4, 2020

Chestnuts are in blossom, but there are no holiday tables under the trees this spring as Paris struggles with the…

by | Apr 28, 2020

The hero of The Last One Left is Sam Boylston, a Texas lawyer whose fiercely competitive drive causes a breach…

by | Apr 18, 2020

“Cette espèce de grève générale volontaire me paraît suicidaire,” quoth the aged veteran and retired politician to a young editor…

by | Feb 6, 2020

President Emmanuel Macron traveled to Poland this week to assure his hosts that France will not let the Russians do…

by | Jan 28, 2020

The Art of Resistance: My Four Years in the French Underground by Justus Rosenberg (William Morrow, 288 pages, $28.99) There’s…

by | Jan 14, 2020

France enters another week of strikes in public transportation, while the government hopes its latest offer will end the commuters’…

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