Thursday April 9, 2020

Macron move plays right into the hands of nationalists

Most member states are opposed to the creation of a sovereign EU super-state. Most electorates in most member states simply do not share Macron's ambition

10th March, 2019

Last week, Emmanuel Macron persuaded the editors of serious newspapers in Europe’s 28 EU member states to carry an article expressing his concerns about the future of Europe.

His overt message was a warning about the threat to the European project from growing nationalist sentiment among the voters in many member states.

His covert purpose was to try to re-start a pet political initiative of his own – to persuade the governments and peoples...

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