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Charlie Hebdo


  • Originally published 02/25/2015

    Can teaching patriotism protect France?

    Robert Zaretsky

    After the Charlie Hebdo massacre, a country recommits to promoting national values in schools—a tradition that has flagged in the United States

  • Originally published 01/22/2015

    Churchill Était Charlie Aussi

    Jonathan Rose

    As signals of political will, even cartoons matter, as Britain found out in the 1930s when it tried to appease Hitler by silencing satirists.

  • Originally published 01/19/2015

    Terror in Paris - An Analysis

    Lawrence Davidson

    Is there a way out of this vicious cycle - one that might also uphold a broad and truly universal standard for freedom of speech?

  • Originally published 01/15/2015

    Charlie Hebdo’s Anti-Imperialist Roots

    Daniel Foliard

    The 1881 laws on the freedom of the press had opened the golden age of French political caricature, paving the way for Samuel-Sigismond Schwarz to found L’Assiette au Beurre in 1901.

  • Originally published 01/07/2015

    Sharpening Contradictions: Why al-Qaeda attacked Satirists in Paris

    Juan Cole

    "The horrific murder of the editor, cartoonists and other staff of the irreverent satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, along with two policemen, by terrorists in Paris was in my view a strategic strike, aiming at polarizing the French and European public."