Front National

French politics

France's Front National Fans Aren't Giving Up Yet

We spent some time in Marseilles with campaigners who are determined to see Le Pen "fix" their country.
Aris Roussinos
5.20.17
LGBTQ

Gays Really Love Germany's Racist, Homophobic Far Right Party

How, exactly, did the European far right capture gay voters and candidates? It was easier than you think.
Thomas Rogers
5.11.17
Vice News Tonight

Emmanuel Macron, France's other outsider candidate, is the last chance to stop Marine Le Pen

Macron is a 39-year-old former Rothschild banker who has never held elected office.
VICE News
4.27.17
French elections

The rise and fall — and possible rise again — of Marine Le Pen, France's answer to Donald Trump

Pierre Haski
4.23.17
French elections

What France Would Look Like Under President Marine Le Pen

The far-right leader is likely to be one of the winners in the first round of France's presidential elections this Sunday. But what if she wins the second round, too?
Ludivine Bénard
4.21.17
populism

Will the French Election Deliver Europe's Latest Populist Backlash?

An unlikely far-right victory could be a bigger deal than Brexit.
Matthew Goodwin
4.10.17
Stuff

How Marine Le Pen Dominated Her Andrew Marr Interview

And why that can't happen again.
Sam Kriss
11.14.16
Photo

My Grandfather, the Far-Right Voter

French photographer Martin Bertrand documented the daily life of his grandfather—a far right-wing supporter.
Martin Bertrand
6.9.16
Interviews

Could the Far Right Win the French Regional Elections?

The Front National won around 30 percent of the votes in the first round of France's regional elections on Sunday. I asked our colleagues from VICE France to explain what the hell is going on in their country.
Matern Boeselager
12.8.15
News

Anti-Fascists Ruined a Speech by the Leader of the French National Front in England Last Night

But lots of students thought she should be allowed to debate in the name of free speech.
Philip Kleinfeld
2.6.15
Here Be Dragons

The Idea of Reinstating the Death Penalty in Europe Is Utterly Moronic

But that hasn't stopped some right-wing politicians from advocating for it.
Martin Robbins
1.9.15
Travel

How Paris Is Recovering from the 'Charlie Hebdo' Attacks

A usually quiet city was jarred by sudden violence, and in the aftermath many are wondering what can be done to prevent another tragedy.
Thomas Chatterton Williams
1.9.15
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