France-Amérique Magazine

The best of
French culture

Bridging the gap between France and the U.S.A., France-Amérique is the only French print publication available across the United States. This monthly, bilingual French-English magazine appeals to anyone interested in French culture and French-American friendship. The content focuses on cultural and economic affairs, French heritage – fashion, museums, gastronomy – while promoting the French language and the dialogue of ideas between our two countries.

The Paris we love was born in the late 19th century – an elaborate staging engineered by Napoleon III and Baron Haussmann. Read our interview with Esther da Costa Meyer, professor of art and archeology at Princeton, who invites us to see the French capital in a new light. Also in this issue: As part of World AIDS Day on December 1, read about the French-American race to discover HIV; discover how Jean-Luc Godard, who passed away in September, is still influencing American filmmakers; and pay a visit to the Fouquet’s, the chic Parisian brasserie and hotel that just opened in Manhattan!


As part of World AIDS Day on December 1, France-Amérique is looking back over the years of transatlantic cooperation and competition that led to the discovery of HIV. This virus continues to kill people …
French-American relations have not always been rosy. France’s support for American independence has never been contested but, since that time, our two countries have been constantly at odds, financially, commercially, and strategically. This will …
According to British journalist Simon Kuper, who penned a series of articles for Le Monde, French is losing its utility, while English reigns supreme. Quelle idée !

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The best of French culture

Published in a bilingual format, France-Amérique Magazine is intended for anyone interested in French culture and Franco-American friendship.

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