A younger generation—powered by the children and grandchildren of immigrants from France’s former African colonies—disputes a national myth.
A trial of seven pro-immigrant activists in France exposed the growing divide between the country’s liberal immigration laws and the mainstreaming of far-right views.
Some of France’s most prominent figures, concerned about anti-Semitism, have signed a shocking manifesto aimed at curbing it.
Can a French government effort to remake a religion succeed without buy-in from the country’s diverse Muslim communities?
In France, the governmental devotion to a national culture has left some students fighting for their identities.