[T]here is no doubt that the United States – in the wake of its earlier withdrawal from the Paris climate accord – has, once again, further distanced itself from the international community this week.
France must take advantage of its American moment to convince President Trump to protect the international order ... and dissuade him from sacrificing his relations with Europe on the political altar of 'America First.'
<i>In the United States, a new generation of students is questioning the principle of absolute freedom of expression. To avoid offending minorities, they demand that the university become a "safe space," a shelter from all hateful words. Are they at risk of fleeing debate and blinding youth to reality?</i>
Emmanuel Macron was in Washington. He enjoyed himself in Donald Trump's company and delivered a speech before Congress, which, according to many Americans was so good, that they wished he was their president – and not only because he speaks English well. (It is fair to say that Macron is the French head of state with [Read more]
Iran’s nuclear ambitions still need to be stopped. It’s not enough to simply nix. You still need to fix.
<i>After having feared the worst, Wall Street has grown accustomed to the American president’s blaring declarations, economist Jean-Paul Betbeze explains in a Le Monde column.</i>
Is Wall Street beginning to understand Donald Trump? It looks that way! In fact, it’s on the rise again after having feared the [Read more]