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Sarkozy's threat could hurt Obama's Afghan strategy.
Euro zone economies need to be bound more closely together if the single currency is to survive.
In many places, an older retirement age is just a reversal of earlier declines.
When it comes to what should be done about the economy, ideology has never seemed less helpful.
The ambassador from France celebrates his nation's trademark beverage.
A French library director had taken and sold the letter, among other things, in the 1800s.
The fund would provide billions in aid to poor nations to help them reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Refusal to adopt a western dress code is an affront to women's rights.
Socialists essentially are asking Parliament to open the floodgates.
A French return to NATO's military structure might help set a new tone, Kenneth Weisbrode writes.