Before publishing a new edition of Adolf Hitler’s book, this French publishing house will set the record straight.
Why we need moderates, and how their existence helps fight the Islamic State.
Men from around the world transform themselves as Legionnaires.
How one group's search for the promised land in 1848 became a complete disaster
A year after the 'Charlie Hebdo' attacks, it would appear that France’s strict secularism has only exacerbated religious and racial tensions.
Terror returns to a Paris street with a long history of violence.
Luc Sante’s new book looks longingly back at a more sinful time
Riad Sattouf’s graphic memoir is an indictment of the adult world
The French economist on the Greek election and Europe's "permanent state of crisis"
A dispatch from the front lines of Europe's immigration crisis
The National Front's defense of 'Charlie Hebdo' should make the mag's progressive American defenders wary
The French satirical magazine refuses to evolve, using a stale artistic strategy from the 1960s