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US humiliations show both nations are struggling to manage relationship between economic heft and military clout
Paris agrees to return ambassador to Washington as Johnson tells French president to ‘prenez un grip’
Paris should work with Washington to strengthen Europe’s role in security
Australian experience is familiar to some who have worked on big defence contracts with French companies
Thierry Breton’s intervention comes as Franco-American tensions threaten broader diplomatic efforts
For Paris, Aukus is another signal that Europeans should protect their own interests
Paris aims swipe at UK as ‘fifth wheel on the coach’ in new security pact
Paris says it tried to discuss strategy with US and Australia but was stonewalled
Foreign ministry condemns ‘unacceptable behaviour between allies and partners’
Defence pact of US, UK and Australia will fuel tensions with China
Agreement is wake-up call for EU and France about their waning influence in post-cold war world
Anti-immigrant commentator removed by channel after watchdog’s ruling on airtime for politicians
Far-right leader and Socialist Anne Hidalgo set stage for bitter 2022 election campaign
Paris, which started evacuating Afghans and staff in May, had ‘more dispassionate’ assessment of same intelligence
EU’s former Brexit negotiator joins crowded centre-right field seeking to take on Macron in 2022
In a popular move, President Macron is elevating the black American singer and activist to the Pantheon of French greats
Social media ideologues use sex appeal and jokes to spread extreme views
Unlike the yellow vest demonstrations, public opinion is on the French president’s side
Communists marched with supporters of the far-right Rassemblement National and gilets jaunes
Pacific islands were chosen because they were out of sight, says French president
Parliament approves watered-down form of contentious bill after marathon weekend debate
Rabat denies bugging Macron’s phone but kingdom’s foreign policy has become more assertive
French president is accused of being out-of-touch — but so were predecessors. Can he again steer through the centre and win a second term?
Debate over whether to add new reactors to Europe’s largest atomic fleet intensifies ahead of election
Lawyers acting for Eric Dupond-Moretti say they will contest the decision and that he has no plans to resign