Tag: Emmanuel Macron
Simple survival may become more pressing than addressing Macron’s speculative musings about the EU becoming a Third Force, Alastair Crooke writes.
It’s a great tragedy of our times that France, despite its culture being unabashedly the most beautiful ever to have existed in humanity as well as being on the “right side of history” (at least most of the time, if there was ever such a side), gets the blame for everything.
It is a centuries-old rule in politics that if you do not fare well politically within your own country, you should try and redirect the public gaze somehow onto the foreign policy.
Despite his geopolitical impotence and reliable vassalage, the American fury at Macron’s comments is instructive.