Three of the five top contenders for the French presidency make excuses for Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
The War on Terror, a crisis of neoliberalism and the resurgence of Russia have conspired to revive the alt-right.
The French presidential candidate proves himself unworthy by lashing out at investigators.
By staying in the race with his integrity damaged, François Fillon makes a right-wing victory less likely.
The presidential candidate argues that France cannot expect German support for investments unless it reforms.
If François Bayrou’s supporters all switch to Emmanuel Macron, the latter would almost certainly qualify for the runoff.
Disunity on the French left is handing the election to the right. Italy’s Democrats must not make the same mistake.
A left-wing unity ticket could prevent François Fillon or Emmanuel Macron from qualifying for the presidential runoff.
France has a chance to breathe new life into the liberal world order America and Britain have turned their backs on.
Between a hopeless candidate on the left and a scandal on the right, Emmanuel Macron now has a fighting chance.
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.