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Joel Dreyfuss is a Washington Post Global Opinions contributing columnist.
Haitians must be asking themselves: What price do we have to pay for foreign aid?
And we're one of the country's most successful immigrant groups.
The First World War marked the United States' decisive debut on the world stage, and its love affair with France.
Look what happened in Paris when a black feminist conference pushed for black-women-only events.
The residents of French Guiana may be far from Paris. But that isn’t stopping them from demanding change.
Emmanuel Macron is the candidate most likely to stop Le Pen, but low voter turnout could help her.
The alleged rape of a black man by a French police officer has sparked protests.
New polls show Marine Le Pen in the lead in France. Will voters warm to her changed tone?
France used to lecture the United States on civil rights. Now the country is struggling to grapple with issues of race and identity within its borders.