France

Found in Translation
January 13, 2015

Arthur Goldhammer brought us Piketty—and so much more.

Multiculturalism Can Work in France. President Hollande Already Showed Us How.
January 12, 2015

The presence of Hollande and Netanyahu was a powerful sign that ethnic and religious multiculturalism is alive—if not well—in France.

Vox's Matt Yglesias Is Right About France's National Front
January 12, 2015

The far-right party understands the flaw in the Eurozone.

Editors Who Censor 'Charlie Hebdo' Cartoons Are Stereotyping All Muslims as Extremists
January 11, 2015

We should stop treating Muslims like such emotional babies.

If the 'Charlie Hebdo' Terrorists Wanted to Polarize the West, Then They're Succeeding
January 09, 2015

Charlie Hebdo was a strategic target in the broader tactic of polarization.

What Does It Mean to Be French? The 'Charlie Hebdo' Massacre Complicates the Answer.
January 08, 2015

There's a growing rift in France's treasured national identity.

There Is No 'Charlie Hebdo' In America
January 08, 2015

It's not 'Jon Stewart.' 

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. 

The Most Recent Target of Charlie Hebdo's Satire Wasn't Islam. It Was Islamophobia.
January 07, 2015

The French paper skewered all forms of dogmatic thinking.

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