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Michel Gurfinkiel

Michel Gurfinkiel

Michel Gurfinkiel is the founder and president of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Institute, a conservative think tank in France, and a Shillman/Ginsburg fellow at the Middle East Forum.

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A couple of days ago, James Kitfield published in Politico an interview with the outgoing Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, General Martin Dempsey. The title sums it...

According to a Midgam/Channel 2 poll released one week before the March 17 general election, 49 percent of all Israelis see Benjamin Netanyahu, the leader...

On July 13, Bernard Abouaf, a French Jewish journalist, posted on his Facebook wall: “I just passed through one of the truest moments in my...

In 2011, the acclaimed fashion designer John Galliano lost his job at Christian Dior. The reason, as Daniel Jonah Goldhagen explains in his latest book,...

French elections can be as entertaining as Russian roulette. Twelve years ago, in early 1995, it was taken for granted that Edouard Balladur, a conservative...

On Sunday, France will hold its first round of balloting for a new president. This is the last in a series of three posts on...

On Sunday, France will hold its first round of balloting for a new president. This is the second of three posts on the leading candidates...

Next Sunday, France will hold its first round of balloting for a new president. This is the first of three posts on the leading candidates...

Until very recently, Turkey was everything an American would want a place in the Middle East or East Asia to be: an ally of the...

On February 20 of this year, voters in Spain ratified the European Constitutional Treaty or European Constitution, as it is usually referred to. As the...

In 1928, the young New York intellectual Sidney Hook embarked on a tour of Europe that included a stay of several months in Germany. More...