CLAIRE BERLINSKI, PARIS Europe and the United States, firmly allied, would be powerful enough to establish a global order in which liberal democracy thrives. Neither can do it alone. This is why enemies of liberal democracy have worked so assiduously to divide them.
CLAIRE BERLINSKI, PARIS There are no migrant hordes. Austria has not been overrun. Refugees in Vienna are nearly invisible. How did Norbert Hofer convince so many Austrians otherwise?
CLAIRE BERLINSKI, PARIS François Fillon, the dark horse conservative candidate in France’s general election, likens himself to Margaret Thatcher. But Margaret Thatcher would never have been a devoted acolyte of Vladimir Putin.