Paul Taylor

Drop terror listing of Iran foes: ex-Obama aide

By Paul Taylor
April 27, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – The United States should remove the main exiled Iranian opposition group from its blacklist of outlawed terrorist organizations, President Barack Obama’s former national security adviser said Wednesday.

Analysis: West’s caution on Syria jars with Libya action

By Paul Taylor
April 25, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – An authoritarian Arab ruler unleashes his security forces and irregular militia gunmen to crush peaceful pro-democracy protests, killing hundreds of people including women and children.

West’s caution on Syria jars with Libya action

By Paul Taylor
April 25, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – An authoritarian Arab ruler unleashes his security forces and irregular militia gunmen to crush peaceful pro-democracy protests, killing hundreds of people including women and children.

Crisis-driven populism threatens euro zone rescues

By Paul Taylor
April 18, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – Rising political populism around Europe, driven by public anger over the impact of the financial crisis, threatens to make solving the euro zone’s debt woes increasingly difficult.

Analysis: Crisis-driven populism threatens euro zone rescues

By Paul Taylor
April 18, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – Rising political populism around Europe, driven by public anger over the impact of the financial crisis, threatens to make solving the euro zone’s debt woes increasingly difficult.

France flirts with “Euro-protectionism”

By Paul Taylor
April 18, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – An old French idea is blossoming again in the Paris springtime.

Analysis: France flirts with “Euro-protectionism”

By Paul Taylor
April 18, 2011

PARIS (Reuters) – An old French idea is blossoming again in the Paris springtime.

Analysis: French bristle at NATO limits in Libya

By Paul Taylor
April 12, 2011

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) – French criticism of the pace of NATO’s air campaign in Libya may be laying a trail to blame the U.S.-led alliance for a looming military stalemate that could leave Muammar Gaddafi clinging to power.

French criticism highlights NATO limits in Libya

By Paul Taylor
April 12, 2011

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) – French criticism of the pace of NATO’s air campaign in Libya may be laying a trail to blame the U.S.-led alliance for a looming military stalemate that could leave Muammar Gaddafi clinging to power.

Analysis: French criticism highlights NATO limits in Libya

By Paul Taylor
April 12, 2011

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) – French criticism of the pace of NATO’s air campaign in Libya may be laying a trail to blame the U.S.-led alliance for a looming military stalemate that could leave Muammar Gaddafi clinging to power.