FROM Molly Moore
Will a New President Mean a New Order for France? Nicolas Sarkozy has been a polarizing figure in France, but as President-elect he is promising not only reform but unity. Current President Jacques Chirac has been no friend to George Bush, especially because of his opposition to the war in Iraq. Sarkozy does not support the war either, but he's looking for a kinder, gentler relationship. Can he accomplish his ambitious agenda at home and abroad? Unity and reform? What does he really mean by friendship with the United States?
Avatars of French Presidential Candidates Campaign In France, a hotly contested presidential campaign will wind up on April 11. In the meantime, the candidates are battling it out in the three-dimensional Internet fantasy world Second Life . This parallel universe allows players to construct alter-egos in cartoon form. In France, politicians have discovered what businesses already know: if they build a virtual headquarters in cyberspace, real people will come. That's according to Molly Moore, Paris Bureau Chief with the Washington Post .
Cover-up or witch hunt?: The latest on the WH ties to Russia Less than two months into his Presidency, Donald Trump is struggling to get his agenda under way, making it harder himself with tweets that dominate public attention. Meanwhile, important questions are going unanswered: why have staff members and the Attorney General lied about contacts with Russian officials?
Nationalism's appeal on both sides of the Atlantic Nationalism, Populism, concerns about immigration and outright racism are part of election campaigns from the US to Europe. We hear how today's election in Holland reflects the recent past and may forecast the future.
Trump's travel ban and the long-term agenda The Trump Administration's revised travel ban may be good news for some visa holders and others, but it's still being challenged as unconstitutional. Some reporters call it the beginning of a long-term effort to change the demographic make-up of the United States.