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Is There a French Alternative? Is There a French Alternative?

France used to be described, particularly in the nineteenth century, as the international laboratory in which political ideas were being tested.

Feb 25, 1999 / Feature / Daniel Singer

France on Trial France on Trial

Better late than never?

Feb 25, 1999 / Editorial / Daniel Singer

Polish Puzzle Polish Puzzle

Politics in Eastern Europe is puzzling, and not just to outsiders.

Feb 25, 1999 / Editorial / Daniel Singer

Continental Rift? Continental Rift?

As the affluent Seven plus Russia gathered in Denver, American sermons on the virtuous methods to reduce unemployment worked so much on European nerves that even the Continent's ...

Feb 25, 1999 / Editorial / Daniel Singer

France’s Eurodissent France’s Eurodissent

Is it still possible to manage existing society in a reformist fashion?

Feb 25, 1999 / Editorial / Daniel Singer

The Cliffhanger in France The Cliffhanger in France

Would the American model be followed, or would voters choose another path?

Feb 25, 1999 / Feature / Daniel Singer

Yeltsin’s Summit, Russia’s Vale Yeltsin’s Summit, Russia’s Vale

As he prepares to meet Clinton, Yeltsin leaves behind a Russia in serious disarray--cabinet shuffle and new economic overlord (same as the old) notwithstanding.

Feb 25, 1999 / Feature / Daniel Singer

City of Fight City of Fight

It was a splendid demonstration.

Feb 25, 1999 / Editorial / Daniel Singer

Holocaust Accounting Holocaust Accounting

The saga of the gold looted by the Nazis and concealed or converted by greedy neutrals is very far from finished.

Feb 25, 1999 / Editorial / Daniel Singer

The Real Eurobattle The Real Eurobattle

The move to a common currency masks a struggle over the social shape of Europe.

Feb 25, 1999 / Feature / Daniel Singer

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