From a man of the French left, a passionate defence of marriage
Mary O'Neill Le Rumeur | 09 February 2013 |
tags: France, same-sex marriage
Bruno Nestor Azerot electrified the National Assembly in Paris when he spoke against gay marriage.
Emma-Kate Symons | 24 July 2012 |
tags: elites, France, Francois Hollande, scandal
Have the French elite nothing better to offer the people than re-runs of personal soap operas?
Will France take a new strategic direction under Hollande?
George Friedman | 16 May 2012 |
tags: France, international relations
Will the new French president end up playing the Gaullist hand?
France’s faceless women
Abdullah Saeed | 14 April 2011 |
Seldom do we object when people wear less in public. Why are the French so riled when some women want to wear more?
Chevalier in the fight for human dignity
Michael Cook | 02 November 2010 |
tags: euthanasia, France, human dignity, locked-in syndrome
France has just given its highest dignity to a courageous woman who battled locked-in syndrome and quadriplegia to fight for the disabled.
Muslim face veils: religious right, or security risk?
Angela Shanahan | 06 February 2010 |
tags: face veils, France, Muslims
In an opening article on this issue an Australian journalist says veils are a security risk in the West and should be banned in public.
Does France really need another Committee of Public Safety?
Bill Muehlenberg | 14 January 2010 |
tags: France, marriage, political correctness
The latest case of Big Brother activism comes from France.
Ruins to ruins
Kevin Ryan | 07 December 2009 |
tags: Christianity, France, future of Europe, Islam
While French cathedrals are empty and silent, French Muslims are alive and vibrant.
Queen of Fashion
Francis Phillips | 29 April 2007 |
Was the doomed Marie Antoinette merely a frivolous aristocrat addicted to bizarre 18th century frippery? Or did she have a deeper side?