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Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron visit a hospital in Normandy, on April 5, 2018 (CHRISTOPHE ENA/AFP via Getty Images)

Emmanuel Macron, l’ENA, and the old weird France

Paul Wells: Macron is closing the school known for churning out presidents, prime ministers and top public servants. What’s behind this assault on what made him?

Macron’s slap-down of Trump says much about the state of world politics

Image of the Week: ‘Let’s be serious,’ the French president told his U.S. counterpart, while keeping a straight face

Why does Stephen Harper have Trump’s back?

Stephen Maher: The former prime minister’s willingness to speak up for the U.S. president is misguided—and a little bit too angry

G7 summit: An expert advance briefing before Trump meets Trudeau and other leaders in Quebec

Trump’s tariffs are the wild card, but Trudeau has set the table in Charlevoix for some feel-good moments, too.

Melinda Gates on gender equality, the G7, and Trudeau and Macron as ‘next group’ of world leaders

The co-chair of the G7 gender advisory council says they plan to be about more than just talk

Read Trump’s statement on the reasoning behind the Syria strikes

Trump explains the purpose of the combined U.S., Britain and France military action

To defeat tyranny today, look to the past

The history of dictatorship and populist demagoguery can help us sort out what’s happening now—and even reassure us that there’s reason for hope

The quiet vote of New France’s last remnant, nearer St. John’s than Paris

Emmanuel Macron is not exactly popular, but no one will admit to voting for Marine Le Pen in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon

Congratulations, Emmanuel Macron. Now get to work

The things that made Macron so refreshing—he’s 39, never held elected office before, has no political party—are suddenly the ingredients of a potential nightmare.

France isn’t burning—yet

While far-right candidate Marine Le Pen made it to the second round of voting, she’s unlikely to win. But France’s problems aren’t about to go away.