Why are Emmanuel Macron's reform plans so controversial and why are people protesting about freedom after another spate of violent attacks?
The French president presents himself to all things to all people – leaving voters with less meaningful choice at the ballot box.
French rail transport is grinding to a halt. Teachers, truck drivers, lawyers and judges are also threatening to strike indefinitely.
The most popular president of the Fifth Republic actually achieved alarmingly little during his tenure.
The embattled president must use this moment to end centuries of ambiguity over the place of Jews in French society.
The winter woes facing the French president and British prime minister are surprisingly similar.
Who are the 'gilets jaunes', what do they want and how has France's political establishment responded to their populist challenge?
The 50th anniversary of major student unrest was perhaps not the ideal moment to propose controversial higher education reforms.
The French president's exciting new philosophy is to be neither right or left. In practice, that really just means reinforcing the status quo.
France has been living under a a state of emergency for nearly two years. The president now wants to make some of its most controversial elements permanent law.
Emmanuel Macron's honeymoon period as French president is over.
Macron's portrait and taste in literature are full of political symbols to be sussed.
Populist parties like France's Front National typically stress traditional family values. So is it possible for them to appeal to traditional leftist voters like single women and the queer community?
A huge number of new politicians have joined the National Assembly after the 2017 election.
France's new En Marche! party is on track to win 400 legislative seats, another victory for the country's young president.
Emmanuel Macron may have won the presidential election, but his agenda could fail if his party doesn't get a majority in Parliament.
The new French president has announced a cabinet with members from the left, right and greens.
Despite being widely tipped as the next leader of the Front National, the young deputy is dropping out.
The self-confessed europhile will need to respond to concerns about the EU if he is to succeed as French president.
Never before in French presidential elections have commentators and pundits expressed alarming concern about the size of the blank voting.