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A View From Paris

The thoughts of one Jewish man who lives in the French capital

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Summer is over, Macron’s honeymoon too.

Now that the holidays – and the honeymoon period – are over,our French blogger, Reuven Levi, looks into President Macron's immediate future

Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Summer is over, Macron’s honeymoon too.
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Macron embraces French Jewish Community

It's summer in Paris, but what is the temperature in the Jewish community, asks our French blogger, Reuven Levi

Monday, July 17, 2017
Macron embraces French Jewish Community
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​​​​​​​Macronmania, miracles and the art of politics 

What should Macron do now, asks our French blogger, and what do the latest election results mean for French Jews?

Monday, June 12, 2017
​​​​​​​Macronmania, miracles and the art of politics 
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Macron, Trump and Israel today and tomorrow

This week our French blogger Reuven Levi travels to Israel and sees his home country with a new perspective

Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Macron, Trump and Israel today and tomorrow
Emmanuel Macron celebrates at a rally on Sunday night (Photo: Getty Images)
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France has a new President: What next?

Many in France view the victory of centrist newcomer Macron with relief. But what comes next?

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
France has a new President: What next?
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A Sunday Like No Other

Our French blogger Reuven Levi shares a pen-portrait of what might prove to be a turning point in French history

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
A Sunday Like No Other
Jean Luc Melenchon
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Contrasts and Contradictions: Springtime in Paris 2017 

For weeks now, the presidential election has overwhelmingly dominated the news. Four candidates might win the right to compete in the May 7 run off, writes Reuven Levi

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Contrasts and Contradictions: Springtime in Paris 2017 
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French elections and the Jewish predicament

What should Jews in France do, asks our blogger, Reuven Levi

Thursday, March 2, 2017
French elections and the Jewish predicament