Jean-Marie Le Pen, head of France's National Front, moves eastby Mark Hunter Having firmly established itself as a permanent force on the extreme right of the French political landscape, the National Front (FN) is turning eastward and actively seeks alliances with other nationalist movements across the former Soviet empire. Founded in 1972 by Jean-Marie Le […]

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