Russia’s official reaction to the French tragedy was little more than diplomatic correctness
Despite a plethora of quite fixable problems, Americans seem increasingly inclined just to look the other way
France's response to the terrorist attacks shows strength and unity, but also underlying anger.
What’s missing from the debate across Europe is any real analysis of the root causes driving outbursts of violence like we’ve seen in Paris
We must not make the mistake of building trenches and hate when what we need are bridges and effective policies
‘Fighting back’ may actually require the exercise of self-restraint – and a disciplined demonstration of tolerance and openness
To describe the victims at Charlie Hebdo as provocateurs or as anti-Islam, or to argue that perhaps French society have brought on this plague, misses the point entirely