Let’s call the whole thing off.
France summoned the US ambassador Monday for ‘immediate’ talks after the report was published in Le Monde.
France’s National Front and the Netherlands’ Freedom Party are set to meet next month to discuss a joint anti-EU platform. Can an international alliance of nationalists work?
Talk of a rapprochement within the far right is dividing French conservatives.
President Hollande needs no parliamentary authorization to order military intervention in Syria. But some French believe that should change.
While punitive strikes against Syria seemed inevitable just days ago, British and French leaders have been stymied by a lack of support at home.
The euro zone is finally out of recession, but hold the Champagne for now.
Feeding on anti-immigrant sentiment and economic dissatisfaction, the French far right has been enjoying a new visibility.
In one town on the French Mediterranean, an ancient tradition is thriving, taught each summer in special water jousting “schools.”
Reports says that several EU nations are engaged in surveillance programs similar to PRISM.
The century-old cycling race remains popular in France, even after the Lance Armstrong era.
BMW and Bordeaux about to become collateral damage in Brussels vs. Beijing battle over anti-dumping tariffs.
As protests against President Hollande and France’s new gay marriage law roil France, some draw parallels with the protests 45 years ago that nearly toppled Charles de Gaulle.
The French Parliament is considering a new bill that would allow university science classes to be taught in English. Politicians and academics across the spectrum are upset.
The relationship between France and Germany undergirds postwar Europe — and some worry the countries’ increased sniping over economic woes is threatening the EU’s foundation.
Divisions exposed as France prepares to say ‘I do’ to gay marriage.
French people consistently rank among Europe’s most dissatisfied in surveys, despite having a higher quality of life. Researchers are trying to figure out why.
The French parliament voted to legalize gay marriage today, becoming the 14th country to do so. But France’s road to marriage equality has been surprisingly divisive, bitter, and even bloody.
The explosion wounded two French guards in what appeared to be the first major terrorist attack on a diplomatic compound in Tripoli since the ouster of Col. Muammar Qaddafi.
The country’s economic woes have the euro zone scared.