Le Big Mac may be on the rise, but a French woman explains why her country’s food culture is still alive and well.
PHOTO ESSAY: Jessica Mudditt reports on a protest for open borders at the wasteland migrant shanties in France.
The new French film The Class offers some profound insights into the crisis of legitimacy of the Fifth Republic.
The public parading of a severely disfigured French woman who wanted the ‘right to die’ was the equivalent of a modern-day freak show.
The local elections in France confirmed that Sarkozy has turned French politics into a bitter, sub-Beckettian pantomime.
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As he threatens war on Iran, French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner is living up to spiked’s warning that he is ‘the most dangerous man in Europe’.
France's new foreign minister, the arch-interventionist Bernard Kouchner, is using the crisis in Darfur to try to win France some respect in world affairs.
Bernard Kouchner poses as a rule-breaking rebel determined to save the wretched of the Earth. In fact his 'humanitarianism' is a recipe for mayhem.
You know the political malaise in France is bad when they start looking to moribund Britain for inspiration.