Articles by Catherine Fieschi
The French establishment needs to compose a response to the siren song of populism
It has taken an American to crystallise what France doesn't want to admit: that French culture is no longer an international force to be reckoned with
"Red Toryism" may claim to be progressive, but instead harks back to a time of fear, destitution and powerlessness. Rousseau would certainly have disapproved
Bernard-Henri Lévy's new book is typically immodest—and his claim that the European left trades on fascist ideas is a facile caricature. Still, this is an audacious, often brilliantly argued...
More and more legislation is about sending signals. What's wrong with that?
The left appears to be confused about the place of emotion in modern politics