By Ali Rıza Taşdelen After the expected defeat in the European Parliament elections, President Emmanuel Macron decided to dissolve the National Assembly and call for early elections. The first round of general elections will take place on June 30 and a week later comes the second. Currently, three election fronts have emerged: the Nationalists, the Social Democrats, and Macron’s weakened ...

The European Parliament election results in France indicate that the Yellow Vests emerged victorious. The parties that make up the Yellow Vests movement, described as “extreme” right and left by the center, achieved high shares of vote. The center, however, suffered a significant defeat. President Emmanuel Macron was forced to call for general early elections. In the elections on June ...

By Kıvanç Özdal The Rassemblement National received 31.4% of the votes in France in the last European Parliament election, while Macron’s Renaissance party gained only 15.2 percent. After the results, Macron announced the decision of dissolving of the National Assembly. New elections will be held on June 30. So French politics is now open to new, and maybe surprising, developments. ...

By Ali Rıza Taşdelen This article presents the sociological and class structure of the voters of the National Rally party (Rassemblement National – RN). The Ipsos polling institute conducted a survey with France Télévision, Radio France, France 24/RFI and Public Sénat on June 6-7, with a sample of 8,923 people registered in the electoral rolls representing the French population aged ...

French colonialism had profound and multifaceted impacts on African people across a vast geographical expanse, from Senegal to Madagascar, and from Algeria to Congo. French colonialism often prioritized economic gain for France at the expense of African populations. This exploitation took various forms, including forced labor, land expropriation, and unequal trade practices that favored French interests. African resources, such as ...

By Tahran Oruçoğlu, Baku, Azerbaijan French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin said Azerbaijan was interfering in France’s internal affairs. He noted that “some independence leaders (from New Caledonia) have reached an agreement with Azerbaijan.” However, Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry said Baku had never taken such a step and would not take it. Answering our questions on the subject, the founder and editor-in-chief ...

By D. Marjanovic, Croatia During his years in power, French President Emmanuel Macron has already learned to make dramatic statements. For example, he once said that NATO was in a state of clinical death, and he said it at a convenient moment when Donald Trump was in power in the United States. And in February of this year, Emmanuel Macron ...

By Ali Rıza Taşdelen Ever since French President Emmanuel Macron started to engage in warmongering against Russia, one of the former French presidents, the social democrat François Hollande, has re-emerged on the scene. After reading an article by journalist Danielle Bleitrach on reseauinternational.net titled “Hollande, one of the funniest and undoubtedly despicable French presidents, gives advice (to Macron)”, I decided ...

By Yiğit Saner Days before the terrorist attack in Moscow, France allegedly sent two thousand troops to Ukraine, bringing tensions to a peak. According to the claim, a division has allegedly landed south of Kyiv. Brussels, which Zelenskyy insulted for not sending more aid, will fund Kyiv with frozen Russian assets. Minutes after Friday’s terrorist attack in the Russian capital ...

During the week two great friends and brothers left us, Alexis Texier, Chilean, a fellow fighter in those fateful days of frontal combat against the civil-military dictatorship commanded by Pinochet. Likewise, Roberto Cirilo Perdía, a Montonero leader who helped me take the first steps in clandestine life in those intense 70s and 80s of the last century, passed away to ...