On yesterday's French legislative elections.
On foreign policy, the French president is proving skilful and radical.
He is the first Socialist to hold the role in twenty years.
In 1981, I was there at la Bastille as François Mitterrand won control of the Élysée after 25 years of unbroken right-wing rule.
As the polls began to close at about seven o’clock on Sunday evening, there was a distinctly weird atmosphere in the streets of Paris.
France has always struggled with evidence-based science.
A victory for the French Socialist candidate would be of historic significance.
In the poor outer suburbs of France's major cities, a generation's alienation has erupted into viole
The French president will tack right to head off the threat of Marine Le Pen.