Lisa Louis is a Paris-based freelance journalist working for international TV, radio, and online outlets. Lisa studied international economics in her home country Germany and has been living in France for more than ten years.
Macron’s right-wing gamble
The French president is betting on the far-right to boost his chances in the 2022 election.
The outlines of a European policy on the Indo-Pacific
Germany and the Netherlands have new strategies for the Indo-Pacific, and maybe the beginnings of a common EU stance.
Hit hard, could Covid lead Europe to rethink economic policy?
Airlines could be nationalised, global supply chains severed. Will a once familiar market-led dogma survive the crisis?
Macron puts his stamp on French foreign policy
France's President Emmanuel Macron is striking a pragmatic and self-confident tone in the country's foreign policy.
Marine Le Pen and the spectre of Frexit
Le Pen says France could be a 'grande nation' again if it left the EU. Economists say it could send France bankrupt and may spark another financial crisis.
French socialists reject centrism, want to dream again
Many in the Socialist party feel bitter about Hamon's victory in the presidential primaries.
Fillon: The frontrunner for the French presidency's world view
Fillon plans to reposition France by seeking close alliances with Russia and Syria.