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Russia and France's Right. How Moscow Is Playing in the French Presidential Elections

Abstract : The United States is not the only Western country in which Russia is featuring prominently in electoral politics. For the first time since the end of the Cold War, Russia is also a hot topic in the French presidential campaign. In the lead up to the election in spring 2017, nearly all of the opposition parties—whether on the right, far right, or far left—have bemoaned the degradation of ties with Russia under the government of President François Hollande, arguing that it breaks with France’s tradition of diplomatic engagement and political dialogue with Moscow and that it is detrimental to French economic interests. Some politicians from these parties have also expressed, on international issues such as Ukraine or Syria, views sympathetic to the Kremlin...
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David Cadier. Russia and France's Right. How Moscow Is Playing in the French Presidential Elections. Foreign Affairs, Council on Foreign Relations, 2016. ⟨hal-03567699⟩

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