Al Qaeda, whose influence has waned in recent years, will try to use last week's attacks in Paris as a propaganda coup
The French comedian claims he has been "denied freedom of speech" as he is investigated over "apology for terrorism"
Christine Ockrent / January 13, 2015
Questions must now be asked about the future of the French secularist model
A response to last week's attacks from Prospect cartoonist Stephen Collins
Sameer Rahim / January 9, 2015
Charlie Hebdo was attacked for depicting Muhammad but drawing the Prophet has a long tradition in Islam
Erik Bleich / January 8, 2015
Only a handful of French Muslims are violent extremists
"As journalists it is our duty to help Charlie Hebdo survive"
Change is beginning to happen in this deeply conservative country—but it is a fragile thing
Anatol Lieven / December 19, 2014
"This atrocity was a reaction to the repeated defeats the Pakistani Taliban have suffered at the hands of the Pakistani Army"
Clare Algar / December 12, 2014
It's time for a proper inquiry into the UK's relationship with the CIA