A look at the policies of the five presidential candidates in France reveals that left-right divisions have become less relevant.
Three of the five top contenders for the French presidency make excuses for Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
A left-wing unity ticket could prevent François Fillon or Emmanuel Macron from qualifying for the presidential runoff.
By nominating a far-leftist, the French Socialists may have just helped the cause of the center-left Emmanuel Macron.
Benoît Hamon defeats the former prime minister, Manuel Valls, in the presidential primary’s second voting round.
If there’s one thing Jeremy Corbyn, Bernie Sanders and Benoît Hamon have in common, it’s their inability to win elections.
Benoît Hamon and Manuel Valls win the first round in the Socialist primary, pushing Arnaud Montebourg out.