” To make things worse, the storms that French President Emmanuel Macron will face are not of only one kind.
But Macron hasn’t changed his own vision of France and is still living in the 90s where the Republic had more clout on the world’s stage and Russia was just rebuilding itself after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
ast year, President Emmanuel Macron launched a war against “Islamist separatism” in France after a terrorist attack that targeted a French schoolteacher.
" De Gaulle is, of course, much more than this and like de Gaulle, French President Emmanuel Macron too wants to leave his mark on history.
t the beginning of his speech at Mureaux titled “Fight against Separatism” on October 2, 2020, French President Emmanuel Macron said that it is necessary to understand the current problems of France with a taboo-free approach.
as Daesh, which fell into decline in Syria, lent a hand to Macron while he was escaping from the Yellow Vests? The harshest criticism on Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from Syria came from France.
French President Emmanuel Macron has been a strong proponent of this idea; back in 2019, he had directed harsh criticism against NATO claiming that it was "brain-dead.
On May 31, French President Emmanuel Macron announced that he and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz had urged Vladimir Putin to end the blockade of Ukraine’s port of Odessa under the terms of a UN resolution.
President Macron’s showpiece tournament may hide the trouble that France has found itself in for a few weeks, but the dishonour of exploiting labour in service of building their stadia will stain his reputation.
What if she crosses the threshold? Since the night of April 10, French politicians, academics, intellectuals, journalists, and especially President Emmanuel Macron, have been repeating both verbally and in writing: "This is a historical responsibility, it is time to unite against the extreme right!” In the Fifth Republic, when this call was first made 20 years ago, in 2002, Jean Marie Le Pen eliminated the socialist candidate Lionel Jospin, but President Jacques Chirac won the election with 82.
n the first round of France’s presidential election on April 10, incumbent Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen came out on top, securing their places in the second round of voting, which will be held on April 24.
ho would have thought that French President Emmanuel Macron and the Muslim minority living under pressure in France especially during his term, would breathe a sigh of relief at the same time, for the same reason, albeit for a temporary period! The war launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin on February 24, 2022, on the grounds of the “demilitarizing and de-Nazification of Ukraine,” turned the political climate in France upside down.
Given the militarily inspired statements of French President Macron and the German quest to dominate the EU economically and diplomatically, Europe wants to be more independent.
Current president Emmanuel Macron has not yet announced his candidacy, but he is expected to announce it officially soon.
Read: Macron’s Visit to Putin Underlines Just How Weak the West is Against Putin Resetting world order The boundaries of Putin’s fantasies can be reconstructed - albeit with some difficulty.
Read: France under Macron: All Citizens Can Criticize the Republic Except MuslimsFrench Minister of Higher Education Frédérique Vidal, who gave an interview to CNews channel after Blanquer, said, “Islamo-leftism causes social collapse and I think universities as a part of the society are not free of its grip.