Historian and psychoanalyst Elisabeth Roudinesco publishes "Retour sur la question juive" (Back to the ‘Jewish Question’), an inquiry into anti-Semitism, anti-Judaism, and Zionism’s supporters and opponents.
Sudanese journalist Lubna Ahmad Al-Hussein was recently prosecuted for wearing trousers that were judged “indecent” in Sudan. Today she speaks about her new book "Quarante coups de fouet pour un pantalon" (“Forty lashes for wearing trousers”).
Former anti-terrorist judge Jean-Louis Bruguière delivers in his autobiography, “Ce que je n'ai pas pu dire” (“What I could not say”), the inside story from 40 years investigating France’s most sensitive and high-profile cases.
French writer Yannick Haenel is this year’s winner of the Interallié literature prize for his latest book ‘Jan Karski’, named after the man who tried to warn the world about the mass murder of Europe’s Jews during the Second World War.