Jean-Marie Pottier
Jean-Marie Pottier

Jean-Marie Pottier is a Paris-based freelance journalist and the former editor-in-chief of Slate.fr.

Sports
July 13 2018 11:25 AMWhat a World Cup Win Would Mean for FranceA victory in 1998 didn’t change the nation. It did provide a fleeting moment of national communion.
The World
May 9 2017 11:45 AMMacron CountryBrittany: Why this region of progressive, lapsed Catholics was a Macron stronghold.
The World
April 21 2017 4:23 PMJe Ne Sais Quoi?An ignorant American’s guide to the French election.
April 30 2018 2:09 PMThey Saved Hitler’s Skull. Or Did They?A new book reopens the decades-old controversy about how exactly Adolf Hitler died, and what happened to his body.
The World
April 24 2017 12:09 PMThe Republic Will StandWhy there won’t be a Trump- or Brexit-style surprise in the French election.
The World
Feb. 27 2017 12:16 PMWhen the Magic Is GoneFrance’s directly-elected president is the most powerful head of state in Europe. In the age of Le Pen, is that still a good idea?