Olive, now based in north London, claims Indian, Scots, African and indigenous Guyanese ancestry.
France remains traumatised by the war in Algeria, which lives on in the festering resentments of the banlieues and prisons. Can President Macron begin to heal the wounds?
The former Greek finance minister on how a bad Brexit deal became inevitable and his plan to transform Europe.
“They [the French] were starting to learn German in Paris before the U.S. came along. Pay for NATO or not!”
The campaign to “abolish ICE” (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) was prominently endorsed by many figures on the new American left.
And populists are biding their time to strike.
At the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, was one brilliant, self-assured British economist right and all the assembled statesmen wrong?
In Trafalgar Square and in the countryside, revellers went hand-in-hand in circles singing songs round the flames.
This month, 100 years ago, the war ended. But had it lasted into 1919 the future of the world might have been very different.
Voters have made clear they want something new: something more left-wing, or right-wing, or environmentally-friendly, or just plain different.
If the centre-left SDP does poorly enough in an upcoming federal election, it could trigger its exit from the national coalition.