It’s doubtful the U.S. president gives much thought to Cambodia, but his hostility to the U.S. press and any form of opposition has a powerful impact in Phnom Penh nonetheless.
Eric Pape has reported on Europe and the Mediterranean region for Newsweek Magazine since 2003. He is co-author of the graphic novel Shake Girl, which was inspired by one of his articles. He has written for the Los Angeles Times magazine, Spin, Reader’s Digest, Vibe, Courrier International, Salon, and Los Angeles from five continents. He is based in Paris. Follow him at twitter.com/ericpape
The aging bombshell has emerged as an ardent supporter of France’s far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen.
Parisian Eric Pape writes Rick Santorum a letter urging him to give France a chance.
Anne Sinclair recounts her 'Orwellian' ordeal to French ELLE, and lashes at feminist critics. By Eric Pape
As a missionary, Mitt Romney got a deferment from Vietnam, traveled to France—and was nearly killed in a car accident.
The offer may seem irresistible, but beware the sky-high taxes, extreme fans, and general hatred of the rich. Eric Pape makes the case for Becks to say non to Paris Saint-Germain.
Anne Sinclair’s new job raises questions about how the site will handle her husband's ongoing sex scandals. By Eric Pape.
With his killer abs and fiery temper, France's new ambassador to Tunisia triggered an international incident after a swimsuit photo—and some undiplomatic videos—hit the Web. Eric Pape on why some are saying the Abs-bassador must resign.
Haiti's infamous dictator stunned his homeland by suddenly returning after years of exile in Paris. Eric Pape on Duvalier’s bid for redemption in his strife-torn homeland.
The city of Paris found some of the famed director’s photography to be so provocative that minors are banned from a new exhibit. Eric Pape on the controversy.