The Paris attacks could inspire international leaders to come together in a global climate deal.
Opponents to migration have been waiting for an opportunity to close borders. But that won't stop disillusioned people turning against their countries.
Terrorists have attacked leaders and civilians in France many times before, and for a dizzying array of reasons.
IS claims responsibility for series of assaults. President Hollande says it is an 'act of war'.
Jonathan Coe is under-read and underrated – in the UK. In France, his stinging social attacks on Britain are far more popular.
The European Union was billed as the most important post-WWII peace project. It has failed.
Air France directors weren't the only ones left exposed, after protests over jobs turned violent.
Plans to store more carbon in French soil could have a massive impact on the country's emissions – if they can pull it off.
With the Iran deal, Obama may be repeating a famous strategic misstep from World War II.
As President Obama writes his thank you notes to Democrats in Congress who helped him pass the accord, he better not forget about his European partners.
The economist Frédéric Bastiat didn't experience the "sharing economy," but he knew the ludicrousness of wailing against a "foreign technology."
French and African presidents have, in the past, entertained close relationships outside official channels. These often included illegitimate exchanges. But there are signs that this is changing.
The UK and France have come up with a solution to the migrant crisis – stick up another new barrier.
France's policy towards migrants has been to make them invisible – and criminalise their support networks.
While politicians talk security, a humanitarian crisis is unfolding on the French coast.
There's a crackdown happening in food waste but we also need to ensure it's safe.
Nigel Richards has won the French scrabble championships, even though he doesn't speak French.
Even before this year's race began, only five or six riders had any real chance of winning.
Attacks in France, Kuwait and Tunisia come against a backdrop of increasing extremist violence across the world.
Religious killing is the ultimate ideological statement, but it will not solve the murderer's grievances.