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The National Union of Journalists (NUJ)—Britain’s main professional association of journalists and reporters—recently joined an international boycott of Israeli goods. In the UK, such boycotts...

Anne Applebaum has a troubling piece in the Spectator on the new dissidents in Russia, the anti-Western rhetoric permeating Pravda and political discourse generally, and...

Back in 1994, while on a state visit to Germany, a visibly intoxicated Boris Yeltsin snatched the baton from the conductor of the Berlin Police...

Until April 2006, Italy was America's staunchest ally in Europe after Tony Blair’s Great Britain. The Italian government supported the war in Iraq, despite its...

Over the past week, David Gratzer of the Manhattan Institute and Jonathan Cohn of the New Republic have been engaged in a fascinating debate over...

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...

When the Quai Branly Museum in Paris opened last June, it was greeted with both acclaim and outrage. For the New York Times, it was...

Where else is the national flag so important as in the United States, where both wrapping oneself in it and burning it are characteristic forms...

The estimable online journal Democratiya is featuring some recently unearthed cabinet memos by the British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin from early 1948, “setting out the...

Contrary to popular belief, the French are not really respecters of persons. They like to scoff, and they are better at it than most people....