The secrets and lies of the Castro-loving 1960s revolutionaries who became part of the French establishment

Michel Houellebecq’s prescient, mocking critiques of our debased modern world

Michael Collins looks back Bertrand Burgalat’s career as the architect for the modern French pop sound

The search engine that tells you if you are descended from slave owners

If in doubt while perusing a strange wine list, choose a bottle from France’s red wine powerhouse

Jeremy Black discusses with Graham Stewart France’s historical inheritance

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about what made French politics and society distinctive in the decades before and after WWI

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the conflicts and continuities of France from Louis Philippe to the Belle Epoque

In the English Channel, France fails and the British government spins

Lockdown interrupted terrorism, but the post-lockdown West is more permissive