Monthly Archives: April 2012

Toni Negri and the French presidential election

For Toni Negri’s thoughts on  the first round of the French presidential elections see here. And for other interesting articles on the same (by the look of it broadly Negrist) site, see here.

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Marlière across La Manche: a diary of the 2012 French presidential election

Click here for Philippe Marlière’s take on the French presidential election every day until the second round on 6 May.

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Explorez les discours des candidats à la présidentielle 2012

Now that the first round of the elections have passed, those interested in examining the evolution of the campaign thus far will find the following tool of great benefit. It is hosted on Le Monde website and avilable via this … Continue reading

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France grows tired of Nicolas Sarkozy, its half-baked president

Philippe Marlière Like Blair and Cameron, Sarkozy is not a man of deep political conviction. The French miss a president with a sense of state Days before the first round of the French presidential election, Nicolas Sarkozy was addressing his … Continue reading

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