The French Communist Party has no future in the government. Does it have a future outside it?
The battle over French television is now being joined in earnest.
There was no miracle at the polls for the regime of Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski.
Fundamentalism is spreading westward; now it has invaded the Maghreb.
The results of Algeria’s June 12
local elections, in which the Islamic Salvation Front (F.J.S.) won more
than half of the
Amid the noise of the unending Urbatechnic affaire, a scandal over the Socialist Party’s fraudulent financing of its electoral funds, the tenth anniversary of François Mitterrand’s
By the skin of their teeth… Watching on French
television the gloomy faces of the alleged winners
one could not help feeling there was an element of
defeat in their victory.
Maastricht, NAFTA, GATT….
The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, held in Paris at the end of November, might best be described by reversing Tolstoy’s title. This was Peace and War.
Recently, The Economist took out a full-page advertisement in the Financial Times of London boasting that it had predicted the coal miners’
strike six years ago.
Wall Street did not simply drag Europe’s exchanges down in its fall.