Paris

In the aftermath of the November 13 attacks, Paris hovers between defiance and disorientation

COP21 promised utopia but delivered little. Developing countries need cheap energy, not handouts that will be lost to corruption

“How much havoc do the jihadis have to wreak before Europe and America resolve to tackle the source of the evil?”

“And what — beyond grief — can European citizens do after Paris? Can we be anything more than mourners at our own funeral?”

“Terrorism is first and foremost a problem of public security. But its defeat can only emerge from a battle of ideas against its ideological underpinnings”

The French capital’s fortitude has given way to malaise

Alain Ducasse’s new Paris flagship is indecently naff

Paris has a bold and visionary attitude to building for the arts. Why can’t London follow suit?

I have no doubt my new ebook, Islamophilia, would have scared any conventional publisher to death

Edouard Manet’s virtuosity in painting the human form is unsurpassed—and highly original