Author: Guy Sorman

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 […]
Editorial
What is the price of democracy? The question arises a year after the attack on the Capitol, a 200-year-old symbol of American democracy, and […]
Interview
Maël Renouard, 42, belongs to a new generation of French intellectuals questioning our contemporary society. In Fragments of an Infinite Memory, published in the […]
Editorial
Identity and diversity are now at the heart of our political and intellectual debates in both the United States and France. It is as […]
Interview
Philosophy graduate and journalist Nicolas Truong, 54, heads up the Debates and Ideas section of daily newspaper Le Monde, offering his take on the […]
Editorial
The woke movement dividing Americans has now reached France. Minorities demand that their rights be recognized, that history be revised, and white imperialism condemned. […]
Editorial
From the beginning, the destinies of France and the United States have been interwoven by the epic events of the War of Independence, two […]
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