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Stefan de Vries is a multimedia journalist based in Paris, covering European current affairs.

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Episode 37 – A Presidential Poem

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Episode 36 – Rat on your pig

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Episode 31 – State of Emergency: The New Normal

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Episode 30 – Moralisation and Muddy Waters

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Social Unrest

Another week of social unrest in France: A series of strikes have been launched to protest the government’s proposed labour reform as the country is gearing up for the European football championship. For now, the face-off continues and tempers are flaring with the head of the union representing employers going as far as to accuse […]

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Is Macron eyeing the top job?

This week on Face-off: French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron is not only the most popular politician on the left, but he is also respected by many on the right. Buoyed by popular results in the opinion polls and widespread approval amongst the French for his free-market and reformist policies, Emmanuel Macron may have his sights […]

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Face-Off

France’s ruling Socialist Party held its congress last weekend in Poitiers. After weeks of tensions, it managed to avoid a nasty split between supporters of the government and President Hollande, and those who criticise his perceived tilt towards the right of centre. But these disagreements are still simmering and could hurt Hollande’s re-election prospects in […]

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Hollande in turmoil

A dramatic few days for François Hollande.

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Face-Off

Is it time for the French president to reshuffle his unpopular government?

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Merkel to lend Sarkozy a helping hand

Angela Merkel is going to help Nicolas Sarkozy to limit the damage in the upcoming presidential election.

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