Author: Guy Sorman

Editorial
Forget about fireworks, block parties, and picnics. July 14 – Bastille Day – has become the unsurpassed symbol of democracy across the world. […]
Interview
After working as a journalist in New York City, Nancy-born Delphine Horvilleur studied at Hebrew Union College in Manhattan, graduating as a rabbi in […]
Editorial
In France as in the United States, we are currently transitioning from political correctness, now an obsolete term, to a further stage: woke ideology. […]
Editorial
Defeated in Europe and captured by the British, Napoleon was hoping to start anew in America, a pioneer on the Frontier. In the end, […]
Editorial
Joe Biden, the second Catholic president of the United States after Kennedy, represents a relative break from tradition. Is this proof of a shift […]
Editorial
What does it mean to be French, or to be American? We find that both our countries are oscillating between a definition of the […]
Editorial
La laïcité, a source of misunderstandings between France and the United States, coincides imperfectly with its principle: It was entirely shaped, not by neutrality, […]
Editorial
Have we reached the end of American democracy? The anxiety expressed on the occasion of the November elections and the recent invasion of the […]
Editorial
How did the smallest of creatures – the Covid-19 virus – manage to undermine the optimism and economy of our supposedly organized and ready-for-anything […]
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