This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, the agreement that created the European Economic Community, the precursor to today’s European Union....

To the Editor: I cannot agree with Michel Gurfinkiel’s description of the present situation in France [“Can France Be Saved?,” May]. He is correct that the...

The old balance of power between the United States and the Soviet Union is no more, and tensions hitherto latent but contained have rushed into...

To the Editor: According to Efraim Karsh and Rory Miller, anti-Semitism has increased significantly in France in recent years [“Europe’s Persecuted Muslims?,” April]. They include French...

The 10th century of the Common Era was not an outwardly dramatic one in the annals of Judaism. Momentous events did not take place in...

Disunion The Last Days of Europe: Epitaph for an Old Continent by Walter Laqueur St. Martin’s. 256 pp. $25.95 It seems like only yesterday—in fact, it was only yesterday—that...

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...

To the Editor: In “What Does Putin Want” [December 2006], Leon Aron once again proves himself one of our most cogent observers of Russia. He was...

This past September, Robert Redeker, a French high-school philosophy teacher at Saint-Orens-de-Gameville (a small city near Toulouse) and the author of several scholarly books, published...

“Is Russia going Backward?” That was the question posed By the title of an article that I completed in late August 2004 and published in...

To the Editor: George Weigel’s article, “Europe’s Two Culture Wars” [May], contains many perceptive reflections on the political and social challenges facing Europe, but like so...

To the Editor: In “Britain’s Neoconservative Moment” [March], Daniel Johnson’s comments about my book, Anti-Totalitarianism: The Left-Wing Case for a Neoconservative Foreign Policy, are so generous...