The French Right faces its old demons and its moment of truth
France should look across the Channel before electing a journalist as president
Who is the dark horse of France’s presidential election?
On the bicentenary of his death, Napoleon Bonaparte remains a curiously stubborn rampart of cultural history in France and beyond
VDL’s hapless performance must be delighting Brexiteers
France is competing with the UK to be every bit as draconian and liberty-infringing
Islamism is increasingly held not to be a deviant from Islam, but an orthodox aim of the “religion of peace”
Macron aims to rewrite history, with Britain not far behind
Russia looks set to enjoy the fragility of its great adversary, the Atlantic Alliance
Britain sustained de Gaulle. The general’s views on Britain should resonate now.