July 15, 2014

France's 'Days of Anger'

Ian Tuttle, National Review

The Associated Press

The Israeli–Palestinian conflict is not a problem only of the Middle East. Its hatreds migrate.

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July 10, 2014
Sarkozy's Reckless Political Encore
Arthur Goldhammer, NY Times
On July 2, France awoke to images of an unshaven and bleary-eyed Nicolas Sarkozy seated in the back of a police car after 15 hours of interrogation by the judicial police. Several officers accompanied the... more ››
July 10, 2014
The Changing Role of First Ladies
Yo-Jung Chen, The Diplomat
Slowly but surely, women are breaking through the glass ceiling of politics. While this of course is justly celebrated, relatively little attention is paid to a much more traditional role which itself is evolving – that of... more ››
July 9, 2014
France Decapitated
Roger Cohen, New York Times
The French dislike modernity. They mistrust it. That is the nub of the problem. more ››
July 5, 2014
Face Veils and French Freedoms
Financial Times
EU states must not curb minority rights after court ruling more ››
July 3, 2014
World Cup Revives Old Border Wars
Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post
And then there were eight. The World Cup quarterfinals kick off Friday with two regional grudge matches: Brazil takes on an effervescent Colombia in the city of Fortaleza, while France faces Germany in Rio de Janeiro. more ››