Molly Moore

Paris Bureau Chief for the Washington Post

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Nicolas Sarkozy  has been a polarizing figure in France, but as President-elect he is promising not only reform but unity.  Current  President Jacques Chirac  has been no friend to…

Will a New President Mean a New Order for France?

Nicolas Sarkozy has been a polarizing figure in France, but as President-elect he is promising not only reform but unity.  Current President Jacques Chirac has been no friend to…

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In France, a hotly contested presidential campaign will wind up on April 11.  In the meantime, the candidates are battling it out in the three-dimensional Internet fantasy world …

Avatars of French Presidential Candidates Campaign

In France, a hotly contested presidential campaign will wind up on April 11.  In the meantime, the candidates are battling it out in the three-dimensional Internet fantasy world …

from To the Point

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