Historically, politically, and economically, France stands on a precipice.
With the sultan terminally ill with no children, the quietest country in the Middle East faces a succession crisis.
Pollsters say the left-wing National Assembly that recognized Palestine is already dead. More: France to Pay Reparations to Thousands of Holocaust Survivors Transported by State Rail System
A nasty move from the increasingly nutty left-wing of Sweden's government.
Eurasia Review, a global information site, aggregates a range of anti-American writings.
The French socialists need Muslims to win elections. Some are prepared to overlook or condone their virulent anti-Semitism.
Did Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French National Front party, cross a family Rubicon?
Can a Napoleonic prime minister salvage France – and the French Left?
A sinister trend breaks into the limelight.
The French don’t care much about the Hollande-Gayet scandal because they don’t care about marriage and family values anymore.
Will they head to Israel, or North America?
Despite a two-century history with Syria, French citizens have little interest in joining Obama against Assad.
A sizable and growing part of France is in a state of virtual secession, if not virtual civil war.
He gives an honor generally reserved for the military to the vitriolic Stephane Hessel.
After Newtown, the case for gun control seems irresistible. Except that facts, worldwide, do not validate it.
Socialist François Hollande is showing support to French Jews. But they are still considering leaving.
Some French media don’t even care to report about Romney’s campaign. And they think they know about press freedom.
The Toulouse massacre did not bring French anti-Semitism to a halt. It actually increased.
Until September 2, half the country will be disconnected from work or business.
What if the new socialist president of France does not win them next month?
But Marine Le Pen looks to be the real winner, and Nicolas Sarkozy is not done yet.