My guest essay in The New York Times.
My long feature on Paris for The Nation. On how the city is increasingly unaffordable for working-class people and losing thousands of residents per year, trends that could get even worse with the current crisis.
The Guardian recently asked me to write about French public opinion and the virus. In this piece, I tried to unpack some of the issues fueling criticism of the government.
My review of Thomas Piketty’s Capital and Ideology, in The Nation.
My piece in The New York Times.
My latest for the Washington Post, on the French government’s economic response to the crisis.
My piece in the Washington Post, on what Pete Buttigieg and the French president share in common.
My latest for The Guardian. The pension strikes may have broad public support, but French unions are weaker than they seem.
My latest on the strikes, for The Nation, featuring an interview with labor leader Laurent Berger.
My opinion piece for The Guardian on the eve of mass walkouts over retirement reform: French workers cherish their welfare state. That’s why they’re striking.