This year no fewer than 16 elections will take place in Africa, many of which involve removing presidential term limits. The motives are worth examining.
Paul Kagame, the President of Rwanda, has carefully orchestrated a constitutional reform that allows him to remain in power for the next 18 years.
Digital-media tools such as augmented reality, apps and online games have a vast potential to reinvigorate communication about wine.
With its share of the vote rising with each election, can the extreme-right party take power on its own? The example of the French communists during the postwar boom suggests otherwise.
France's extreme-right party has national ambitions, but its lead in the first round of local elections puts it in direct contradiction with its long-proclaimed ideology.
History shows that for France, assimilation has always been a selective process and anything but universally applied.
After November 13, teachers in France asked themselves how they could talk to their students about the violence. The answers are both creative and deeply moving.
The terrorists haven't attacked us because of our colour or religion, they want to destroy our way of life.
A small invasive fish known as the topmouth gudgeon has already wreaked havoc on European species and its arrival to the US and South America is only a matter of time.
The economist and author backs calls for a eurozone parliament.
Khaled al-Asaad was a world renowned scholar before his death at the hands of Islamic State.