The defeated conservative in France's elections now backs Emmanuel Macron, candidate of the establishment. But his voters show signs of breaking for Marine Le Pen.
(Paul Mirengoff) In an article called “The French, Coming Apart,” Christopher Caldwell, drawing heavily on the work of author Christophe Guilluy, argues that globalization has effectively cut France in two. In 16 dynamic urban areas, Caldwell says, the world’s resources have proved a profitable complement to those found in France. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) The French election has come down to a runoff between Emmanuel Macron and Marine le Pen. The French establishment is uniting behind Macron, who is considered a mainstream figure. In one respect, though, his history is odd: he is married to one of his high school teachers, who was a married mother of three when they met. Show More Summary
Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The last thing I ever wanted to do was write about France’s likely next president, Emmanuel Macron, but here we are. This post was inspired by a very telling Financial Times article...Show More Summary
A hacking group linked by cybersecurity experts to Russia's military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France's centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron, the cybersecurity firm Trend Micro said in a report published...Show More Summary
The two candidates in France’s hotly contested presidential election called a brief truce Tuesday to honor a police officer gunned down last week on the Champs-Elysees. Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and the far right’s Marine Le Pen attended an emotional memorial ceremony for Xavier Jugele,...
Government-sponsored hacking attacks on other nations' democracies is going to be an ongoing concern from now on. The campaign of the French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has been targeted by what appear to be the same Russian...Show More Summary
Emmanuel Macron isn’t just fighting a neo-fascist in his race for the French presidency. He’s battling some of Vladimir Putin’s most savvy hackers, too. Here’s how Macron is hitting back.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
PARIS (Reuters) - France's two presidential candidates traded barbs on Tuesday with centrist Emmanuel Macron accusing far-right rival Marine Le Pen of promoting hatred, while she labeled him as the "candidate of the oligarchy."
New York Times: The campaign of the French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has been targeted by what appear to be the same Russian operatives responsible for hacks of Democratic campaign officials before last year's American presidential election, a cybersecurity firm warns in a new report.... Show More Summary
Hailed as a victory for hope, Emmanuel Macron’s strong showing in the first round of France’s presidential election belies the deep frustration and despondency expressed by voters, many of whom vow to shun the decisive run-off against Marine Le Pen.
The unlikely front-runner to be France’s next president proves the problem with liberalism is the messenger, not the message.
Like Natalie Nougayrède, I too felt a huge sense of relief that Emmanuel Macron had made it through to the second round of the French presidential election (The nightmare of a Le Pen win, 25 April). But there is clearly something wrong...Show More Summary
And the Russian hacking insanity continues…this time it involves the French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron. The left is using the... The post Fake News Now Claiming Russians Are Hacking French Election, Targeting Macron appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
PARIS (Reuters) - French presidential favorite Emmanuel Macron came under fire from both potential allies and his run-off rival Marine Le Pen on Tuesday for acting as if victory next month was already in the bag.
Trend Mirco says it detected fake web domains for French presidential candidate on digital infrastructure used by group named Pawn Storm The campaign of the French presidential frontrunner, Emmanuel Macron, has been targeted by hackers linked to Russia, according to researchers with a Japanese anti-virus firm. Show More Summary
US technology shares rise while investors bet on Emmanuel Macron victory in French election World markets have hit new peaks, pushed higher by continuing optimism about the outcome of the French presidential election, a series of positive US company results and growing anticipation over Donald Trump’s promised tax reforms. Show More Summary
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Two foundations tied to Germany’s ruling coalition parties were attacked by the same cyber spy group that targeted the campaign of French presidential favorite Emmanuel Macron, a leading cyber security expert said on Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton says she lost the 2016 election due in part to the hacking of the Democratic National Committee. Emmanuel Macron, on the other hand, looks poised to become France's next president despite a seemingly similar effort to derail his campaign. According to cybersecurity firm Trend Micro, Macron—who will...