Wine War in Southern France Has Streets Running Red

By LIZ ALDERMAN August 25, 2017 BÉZIERS, France — On a late evening in March, a group of winegrowers wearing black balaclavas forced their way into one of France’s largest wine brokerages and ignited three Molotov cocktails. Within...

French Markets Surge After Euro Withstands Attack From the Right

With the prospect that Marine Le Pen could claim the presidency sowing concerns about the currency, the results of the election’s first round provided some respite.

On ‘Brexit,’ It’s Divorce First, Trade Talks Later, E.U. Tells U.K.

By JAMES KANTER March 31, 2017 BRUSSELS — Britain must agree to pay its bills and to protect millions of Europeans living in Britain before reaching a new trading relationship with the European Union, Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council,...