An American Spectator in Paris

The veteran international journalist Joseph Harriss explores persistent myths about France and analyses its rapidly evolving situation. International affairs, including critical scrutiny of the European Union, Unesco, and Nato, are also covered. "Well worth reading to get a better insight into the France that was, what she may become, and why."–Publisher’s Weekly More

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About Joseph Harriss

After graduation from the University of Notre Dame, Joseph Harriss studied French and international relations at the Sorbonne and Institut d'Études Politiques before joining the Paris bureau of Time magazine. Besides covering French affairs from politics and economics to couture and cuisine, he also reported from Algiers and Brussels and wrote for the magazine in the New York headquarters. He later joined the international editions of Reader's Digest and covered Western Europe as a roving correspondent based, again, in Paris. Besides that, he has done articles and columns for a number of publications, such as The New York Times, The Dallas Morning News, Smithsonian magazine, and The American Spectator. He lives in Paris.

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