The Frexit debate, like a sea serpent, surfaces and submerges
Memes have started circulating on social media, among which is one inviting people to name the day when they’ll crack
Napoleon thought that ‘in war, moral power is to physical as three parts out of four’
The school term officially ends this Friday and psychologically this will test the resolve of the country
Not all states are carrying out the same number of tests per million people
Without the weight and prestige of the northern states corona bonds will not go ahead
On my small fifth floor apartment I’ve devised a daily exercise routine using packs of bottled water as dumbbells and an extension cable as a skipping rope
Stoned out of our minds on a few puffs, we watched in awed silence, hanging on her every word, every clause, every sentence
Will the French way of life ever recover?
I had intended to return to Britain at the end of last week but I've decided to stick it out
For all his success in battle, a question mark hangs over Macron’s ability to win the all-important war of 2022
The French left are ready to accommodate Islamists if they think it will boost their election prospects
What could a permanent foreign and security alliance between Britain and France look like?
The French president has a Gaullist view of the world
Macron needs help and his new best friend, bizarrely, is Britain’s prime minister
The British PM was able to align with what Trump probably wants: a fresh deal, not a new war
His radical reform agenda for Europe has been undermined
Isn’t it bromantic?
Johnson has a golden opportunity to emblazon his tarnished international image
Macron’s language is important. He takes aim at Salafism
Edouard Philippe is all the things Macron isn’t
Michel Houellebecq has predicted France will elect a Muslim president by 2022. Could he be right?
Once again he chose the road of greater difficulty, through a terrain of predictable abuse
The French president is addicted to the ecstasy of gratuitous self-righteousness
Macron could be shown to be acting in Europe’s long term interests by putting an abrupt end to the EU’s Brexit distraction