What to make of France's biggest show of unity since World War II? With over three million marching in Paris and across the country on Sunday, President Hollande was correct in stating that for a day, France was indeed the centre of the world. After the bloodbath at satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, France stood as one. But has anything really changed? Does that show of unity extend to all the French? And do people have the right to say "I'm not Charlie"?
French politician and publisher
Justin E. H. SMITH
Professor of History and Philosophy, Université Paris Diderot
Professor of Information Warfare and Political Science, Sciences Po
Journalist, France 24