Founded in 1943 by French exiles in New York, France-Amérique is the only bilingual French-English publication in the United States.

Every month, the France-Amérique print magazine offers a compilation of portraits, reports, essays, and interviews to inspire thought and debate, combined with an elegant design and high-quality images. The publication analyzes French life and art de vivre, and offers a unique connection to the French cultural scene in the United States. Thanks to its bilingual format, France-Amérique attracts students of French and English who use the magazine to improve their written comprehension in both languages.



Michaël Fribourg, President, Chargeurs Group

Initially established in the maritime and then airborne cargo transport sector, Chargeurs later diversified and entered the textile and media industries. Today it has become a globally-renowned, leading Group in high-potential niche markets. Chargeurs now occupies a dominant position across its four core businesses. In 2015, Michaël Fribourg became the new Chief Executive Officer and majority shareholder of the Chargeurs group. Three years later, he acquired the iconic France-Amérique magazine and put his full energy and talent into promoting authentic French art de vivre in the United States. This development is symbolic of the singular bond the group has always maintained with America.



Guy Sorman, Director of Publication

Guy Sorman is a writer and economist, and a citizen of both France and the United States. He was educated at Sciences Po and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration in Paris, and at Stanford University in California. In his role as an economics professor and the author of some 30 works on the contemporary world, his books have focused on American society (Made in USAIn Praise of Giving), France (French HappinessJournal d’Ailleurs), and globalization (Economics Does Not LieLe monde est ma tribuLes vrais penseurs de notre tempsThe Genius of India). Guy Sorman publishes opinion pieces in Le Monde and Le Point in France, and in City Journal in the United States, and has directed several publications such as Vie publique and L’Esprit libre in Paris, and France-Amérique in New York since 2013.