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French election will be a choice between embracing migrants' rights and closing borders - The Conversation AU

Anna Triandafyllidou does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Partners. View all ...and more »

Everyone's talking about Marine Le Pen, but Macron will still likely win France's election - VICE News

Hugging factory workers, chasing dolphins and grappling with an octopus – these are just some of the things Marine Le Pen has done in recent days as she chases the French presidency. And while the guerilla tactics may be garnering her more media ...and more »

Populism: The French election's big winner -

Paris, France - For the first time in modern French history, the runoff vote will not feature a single presidential candidate from a mainstream party. On Sunday, tens of millions of people will choose between Emmanuel Macron, the 39-year-old centrist ...and more »

Emmanuel Macron: I'll renegotiate Le Touquet border treaty - The Guardian

Emmanuel Macron, the favourite in the race to become the next French president, has suggested that he would want to renegotiate an agreement that allows British border police to operate in Calais. The centrist politician, who will go head to head ...and more »

Hackers targeted French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, cybersecurity researchers say - PBS NewsHour

Hackers with possible Russian ties tried to infiltrate the campaign of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, researchers from the Japanese cybersecurity firm Trend Micro reported Tuesday. Macron's campaign digital chief, Mounir Mahjoubi ...and more »

French Front-Runner Campaigns Against Himself - Bloomberg

The centrist Emmanuel Macron is said to have an easy route to the presidency. Maybe he does. But voters can be fickle. by. Therese Raphael. @ThereseRaphael1 More stories by Therese Raphael. 15. April 26, 2017, 10:00 PM PDT Corrected April 27, 2017, 4 ...and more »

What would Emmanuel Macron as France's leader mean for Europe? - The Guardian

Emmanuel Macron's influence on Europe will largely depend on the relationship he manages to strike with Berlin. Photograph: Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images. In a sign of how quickly European politics has moved, senior diplomats in the British embassy ...and more »

Russian Hackers Who Targeted Clinton Appear to Attack France's Macron - New York Times

Emmanuel Macron, center, in Paris on Monday. A new report has heightened concerns that his presidential campaign has been targeted by Russian hacking operatives.CreditPool photo by Lionel Bonaventure. By Nicole Perlroth. April 24, 2017. The campaign of ...and more »

Melenchon refuses to endorse either candidate in French election run-off - Deutsche Welle

France's far-left leader has suggested he will not vote for far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the French election's run-off. However, he has explicitly refused to endorse Emmanuel Macron. Frankreich | Präsidendschaftskandidat Jean-Luc Melenchon in ...and more »

Emmanuel Macron could fight off French populism. But it won't be with his ideas. - Washington Post

PARIS — They call him the “radical centrist.” This is the way Emmanuel Macron, the photogenic, 39-year-old independent candidate poised to win the French presidency next weekend, is often described in the French and foreign press. But even Macron's ...and more »