The Mystery of Patrick Modiano
August 27, 2015
The Nobel Laureate is known for his stories of missing persons—and even in his new memoir remains, himself, elusive.
A new book stitches together the public and private lives of France's first Jewish Prime Minister.
There's a Model for How France Should Treat Its Muslims. It's How France Treats Its Jews.
January 16, 2015
An uncomfortable irony has emerged since the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
The presence of Hollande and Netanyahu was a powerful sign that ethnic and religious multiculturalism is alive—if not well—in France.
The Attack on Charlie Hebdo Plays Right Into Marine Le Pen's Hands
January 07, 2015
Despite the troubling pattern of violence by religious extremists, the attacks are not representative of a collective will.
Finally, a museum gets that.
Meet This Year's Nobel Prize Winner for Literature
October 09, 2014
He is among the most playful and original theorists of fiction at work in any language.
Anne Sinclair: 'I Don’t Believe That the French Jews Are Fleeing'
September 29, 2014
"I don’t believe that the French Jews are fleeing—it’s absolutely untrue"
It's current success is a function of that history.