The fight to shut a pig farm on a former concentration camp and the struggle to preserve Roma identity.
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Does food taste different when you eat it with nothing on? A review of the first nudist restaurant in Paris.
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Logan Smith spent years calling racists names on Twitter. After Charlottesville, he decided to call them by their real ones.
The crisis wracked nation's future looks as gloomy, chaotic, and potentially as violent as ever.
On far left abstentionism and the French presidential election.
What if the EU just went out and listened? Two recent grads are on a road trip across France to try and bridge the divide between "Brussels" and "the people".
Emmanuel Macron may be the last best hope to stop the Putin-backed populist tide in Europe, and the Russians know it.
Can its centuries of philosophy help guide modern France through the challenges of immigration and national purpose? A review of Sudhir Hazareesingh's How The French Think.
All the rich donors and all the businessmen won't put the Republican Party back together again.
The Republican presidential front-runner is disgusted by many things. And it's resonating with voters.
The United States and Europe remain concentrated on fighting the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. They would do well not to overlook Western Africa's Sahel.
From revolution to terror, the streets of Paris themselves have played a significant role in the great march of France through history.
“From our cold, dead hands!” the gun lobby cries. But how many actual cold, dead hands, feet, eyes, and bodies have to litter America’s streets before we are willing to truly confront our obscene and irrational national obsession with guns?
In a nation racked by corruption, a history of cyclical violence poses a unique threat to stability in the Sahel.
The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and London bureau chief for the New York Times on Super Tuesday and the US election observed from abroad.
Former Prime Minister of Italy and current Dean of Sciences Po's Paris School of International Affairs talks about academia and the future of the European Union.
Chief economics commentator for the Financial Times and one of the world's most respected voices on macroeconomics talks about the ongoing troubles in the eurozone.
The Aquarius has rescued thousands of migrants from the sea.