It was the bloodiest ever, but still some surprising good has come out of it
The Côte d'Azur maintains a delightful, if delicate, balance between people and nature -- but it's an uphill struggle.
Renouncing a provision of the 1945 Potsdam Declaration, Germans are looking more than wistfully at lands they lost in the war -- and suing to get them back. Do some things never change?
American politicians have begun to bemoan its merely vestigial presence in America, but in France a sense of civic solidarity -- the 'sens civique' -- though weakened by market pressures, flourishes still. It is among the legacies that France is counting on as it prepares for the twenty-first century