Author: Guy Sorman

Editorial
From the Revolutionary War to the debate on abortion and from #MeToo to Black Lives Matter, causes that agitate American society have regularly resonated […]
Interview
The U.S Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling on the right to abortion, has sent shockwaves through American society […]
Editorial
…the more they stay the same! Might it be that contemporary France is more immutable than it appears? One thing is certain: You cannot […]
Interview
In her new book, Dividing Paris: Urban Renewal and Social Inequality (1852-1870), Esther da Costa Meyer, professor of art and archeology at Princeton, invites […]
Interview
Ever since Lafayette’s contribution to the American Revolutionary War, there has been a firm friendship between our two countries in cultural, economic, and military […]
Editorial
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 […]
Interview
“The hero of two worlds” was Lafayette’s nickname as he was a key political figure in both France and the United States. But Jean-Jacques […]
Cinema
The French director, who passed away 40 years ago, democratized and modernized American comedy. He enjoyed widespread acclaim in the United States, where he […]
Editorial
The era of social media is less than 30 years old, but the world of information, politics, and culture has been upended. Suddenly, nations […]
Interview
As the dust settles after each international catastrophe, many claim that a new Marshall Plan is needed. This European assistance program was championed by […]
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