Emmanuel Macron

It is time for Paris and Rome to rethink sovereignty and their relationship with the EU

And what does it mean to be the heir to Macronism anyway

Returning cultural items can be vice clad as virtue

The Stade de France fiasco bodes ill for forthcoming international sports events

France’s cycle of social unrest and politically polarised elections has its roots in the Algerian conflict and the ensuing unresolved struggle for the soul of the nation

A third way to the cynical politics of Macron and Le Pen exists

France’s establishment parties are nowhere in Sunday’s election 

The French Right faces its old demons and its moment of truth

France should look across the Channel before electing a journalist as president