Marine Le Pen
With Le Pen, we have a vision that based on a specific idea of the past in need of restoration and which is based on the denunciation of negatively perceived changes in need of removal.
There were no knockout blows in France’s first presidential TV debate.
The race to become France’s next president has officially begun after the definitive list of candidates was published.
Lucas Belvaux's 'Chez Nous' has angered the French far-right Front National for its portrayal of a ruthless, manipulative fictional far-right party.
The 2017 presidential campaign will demonstrate, once again, that emotional appeals have become a necessary and accepted way to convince French voters.
By Michael Löwy, Emeritus research director at the CNRS, Paris The polls for the presidential election in France confirm a tendency that had been
Senior Republican party members brought forward to Monday a crisis meeting on the scandal
In Cinema Box this week we take a look at ‘Chez Nous’ a film which was inspired by the political party Front National led by Marine Le Pen.
With less than two months remaining before the French go to the polls, the run-up to the presidential elections has so far been tainted by scandals.
The vote by the full chamber comes a decision taken by a parliamentary committee earlier this week.
If the French media are not as powerful as one might imagine or fear and if they are not conspiring for or against particular candidates, are they at least performing one of their basic functions in informing voters of the stakes involved in this election? The answer is ‘not enough, at least not yet
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
While clearly the frontrunner of the next presidential, there remain significant hurdles for Marine Le Pen to overcome before she can get into power.
EU parliamentarians agreed to suspend, in a preliminary vote, Marine Le Pen's immunity as police seek to investigate violent ISIL images on Twitter.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has gone on the attack slamming her opponents in the race for the presidency.
There have been clashes in the western French city of Nantes, as two-thousand people gathered to demonstrate against Marine Le Pen.
A close aide to French Front National leader Marine Le Pen has been charged amid an inquiry into the party’s financing.
This is State of the Union, a weekly round up of the top stories from across Europe.
France’s far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen has been heckled by a topless Femen activist at a news conference intended to outline her views on foreign policy ahead of the presidential…
Judicial sources say Catherine Griset had been questioned in connection with a fraud inquiry along with Le Pen's bodyguard, Thierry Legier, who was later released.
French police have detained far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen's bodyguarda and chief of staff in custody. Le Pen's lawyer says they are being questioned over alleged misuse of EU funds to
The rise in poisonous political rhetoric is threatening to roll back human rights and creating a more dangerous world, Amnesty International has warned.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has refused to go into a meeting with Lebanon’s Grand Mufti after being asked to wear a headscarf.
FN officials have told the Reuters agency the search is connected to an inquiry into the alleged misuse of European Union funds to pay parliamentary assistants.
France’s far-right leader Marine Le Pen visited a migration hotspot on the country’s border with Italy on Monday.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen has outlined a policy where dual citizens from non-European countries would be forced to make a choice which they want to keep.