One nation ‘deeply polarized,’ the other ‘discovering fear once again’
Dec 01, 2012
David Cameron's refusal to sign on to EU fiscal deal has sparked mud-slinging between Britain and France about who is in worse economic shape
Dec 16, 2011
In splintered decision, 23 of 27 sign on to drafting new treaty by March; Britain says outright no
Dec 09, 2011
As the European Central Bank dashes hopes for bold action, a French-German ultimatum raises the possibility that the European Union could spin off into a collection of separate alliances
Dec 08, 2011
As the leaders meet in Brussels, there are various measures that are being focused on to keep the 27-member group intact
Dec 07, 2011
Proposal that France and Germany would push for a new treaty just for the euro-zone countries immediately sets alarm bells ringing
Dec 05, 2011
Ahead of this week’s European Union summit, the two leaders remain split over how much political and economic decision-making should rest in the hands of EU bureaucrats
Dec 05, 2011
While in Canada an emotional abuse conviction can mean 10 years in jail, French courts and police have yet to understand or take seriously their own tough measures nearly a year and a half after they were enacted
Nov 25, 2011
Libya's revolutionary government wants to hold the trial in Tripoli rather than at the International Criminal Court. But can the country's courts render a fair and timely judgment?
Nov 20, 2011
The women activists hope to highlight women's safety and security at the Bonn conference in Germany
Nov 18, 2011
Susan Sachs is a former Foreign Editor of The Globe and Mail.
Ms. Sachs was previously the Afghanistan correspondent for the newspaper, and covered the Middle East and European issues based in Paris. Prior to joining The Globe, she was a foreign correspondent for The New York Times based in Istanbul, Baghdad and Cairo, and bureau chief in Cairo and Moscow for Newsday. Ms. Sachs has also been a freelance contributor to numerous international publications, as well as a professor at the Graduate School of Journalism at the Institute for Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Paris, France, and at Bosphorus University in Istanbul, Turkey. She began her reporting career as a political reporter in Illinois, and went on to work as an investigative reporter at The Miami Herald. She was awarded the American Political Science Association congressional fellowship and the Knight-Bagehot fellowship in business journalism. Her work has won numerous awards, including the Overseas Press Club prize for reporting from the Middle East and the top prize from Investigative Reporters and Editors for reporting on drug trafficking. She holds a Bachelors degree in American Studies from the University of Michigan.