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James McAuley is Paris correspondent for The Washington Post. He holds a PhD in French history from the University of Oxford, where he was a Marshall Scholar.
Escalating trade tensions coincide with a new era of hostility between the Trump administration and some of America’s closest allies.
A play by Bernard-Henri Lévy and a campaign funded by George Soros are among the latest appeals.
The president’s last-minute refusal to sign the joint statement with America’s closest allies was met with shock but also resignation in Europe, where leaders have grudgingly accepted an increasingly isolated U.S. presence on the world stage.
Édouard Louis takes aim at Macron, as well as the French establishment.
A day after the United States announced steel and aluminum import levies, the E.U. said it will file a complaint with the World Trade Organization — and pledged countermeasures.
Some of the United States’s closest allies are baffled and frustrated by Washington’s move.
His detention raised fears of Russian influence on foreign soil.
Student leader Maryam Pougetoux wore a hijab on television.
Mamoudou Gassama has emerged as a national hero despite having been in France for less than six months.
A survivor of the 2015 attack speaks about the magazine’s past and present.