France’s justice minister caught in a conflict of interest
Facing action over corruption allegations, President Macron’s ministers are out to neuter the messenger
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionThe Sarkozy ruling is just the latest in France’s long history of corruption
The corruption is more than enough to explain the crisis of confidence in French established politics
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionWhat has killed more people in France since 2000? Islamic terrorism or ‘la chasse’?
Playing to the gallery of anti-Muslim prejudice is something that successive French presidents have engaged in since...
‘One of the problems in France is distrust’, Macron warns. Why might that be?
When it comes to selling things that kill, France is the rising star, when it comes to those that save lives, such...
From keystroke to brushstroke: where’s the art in modern work?
Does the internet rob us of the pleasure of being together, acting together, making the future together?
Why has Macron rejected the joint enterprise that defeats COVID-19?
In the France of today, it would mean democratising the response to the virus, not imprisoning it in the closed...