President Donald Trump, and French President Emmanuel Macron’s call for reforming the EU in a way to encompass an increase in defense cooperation.
France’s Emmanuel Macron admitted as much when pushed to comment on whether the EU fisherman would still have access to Britain’s waters, as part of a new ‘trade deal’ between London and Brussels.
For instance, one might ask what would be the outcome if the executive organ would be directly elected by a popular vote, as in the United States, or a closer example, like in the case of France? While Macron as the head of the executive has a direct connection to French citizens, Merkel has to struggle within her party and make several concessions to achieve a limited goal.
The subject was first opened to debate when French President Emmanuel Macron, the first French President born after the Algerian war, received a letter that was formerly sent to his predecessors but was never answered.
One of the promises of French President Emmanuel Macron during his election campaign was to extend this right to encompass single women and lesbian couples.
The efforts made by European leaders, namely President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Angela Merkel, stem from interest in their commercial ties with Iran.
” With the new security law signed by President Emmanuel Macron, which entered into force on October 30, 2017 and will expire in 2020, four rules that were in effect during the state of emergency passed into law.
Macron as an example of the semi-presidential system are impartial personalities.
A recent act of Macron is a striking example that demonstrates how Turkey’s strategic priorities are being undermined by France and other international actors in Syria.
to maintain presence in Syria, signalling out Saudi Arabia, French President Macron has kept close contact with the White House.
Mohammad bin Salman’s final visit was to France where he met with President Emmanuel Macron.
According to a recent survey conducted for the German public channel ARD, Germans don’t trust Turkey, while France is the…
Both President Trump’s harsh rhetoric (his first direct criticism of the Russian President Putin for supporting Assad) and the French President Macron’s red line statement make it likely that there will be a military response.
With mixed statements coming from the White House, which seems to have become the only continuity of the Trump administration, Macron’s statement last week regarding France being a potential mediator of a Turkey-YPG talks together with Trump’s beguiling remarks suggesting ‘an exit could happen very soon may’ holds the potential to once again complicate an already complex region.
Considering much of the brutality is over when compared to the bulk of the civil war, Macron’s attempt to enter Syria through the back door not only remind us of the ignominious policies during the French Mandate for Syria, but suggest he still has some road to travel before becoming a man in international politics.