How history makes rioters of the French
Olivia Hartley and Dr Arabella Byrne talk about Napoleon’s legacy and why the French love anniversaries
On the bicentenary of his death, Napoleon Bonaparte remains a curiously stubborn rampart of cultural history in France and beyond
Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about French reforms and continuities from Georges Pompidou to Francois Hollande.
Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about the French experience from the liberation of 1944 through to the student unrest of 1968
So strong was the media’s desire to get rid of Trump, that they suspended all criticism of the cognitive decline of his successor
Was Alexis de Tocqueville the first social scientist?
Honour, power and will at Mers-el-Kébir 80 years ago today
French Royalist groups wait for a king, but is their cause surely lost?