Author: Guy Sorman

Interview
Pierre Vesperini, an ancient philosophy historian, has just published Que faire du passé ? Réflexions sur la cancel culture. In his new book, he […]
Editorial
We owe Fordism, the rationalization of factory work that changed the world, to Henry Ford. And now we owe Uberization, the transformation of the […]
Editorial
How are social networks, which are a notorious source of disinformation and incitement to hatred, to be regulated? This is mission impossible in the […]
Editorial
What lessons might we draw from the composition of the new French government? The France of 2022 is Jewish, Arab, and African, in the […]
Interview
Internationally renowned professor Etienne-Emile Baulieu, 95, is a member of the French Académie des Sciences and the American National Academy of Sciences, and is […]
Editorial
If we had to assign a date of birth to democracy in Europe and the United States, September 11, 1789, would seem to be […]
Interview
In 1944, some 60,000 French civilians were killed by Allied bombs. Was this simply the inevitable collateral damage of the Normandy landings on June […]
Interview
Why did Roosevelt maintain a diplomatic relationship with the Vichy regime until the Normandy landings while refusing to support de Gaulle? Those are the […]
Editorial
French-American friendship is a given, but how can we compare two such different – or even opposing – societies as France and the UnitedStates? […]
Editorial
There will always be “useful idiots” – an expression often attributed to Lenin – to support authoritarian powers or to be sorry that there […]
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