Claire Demesmay and Jana Puglierin of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) analyse the structural hurdles facing a Paris-Berlin axis, but conclude their government’s agendas are compatible enough to overcome any differences.
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Alice Billon-Galland, Researcher at the ELN, encourages the newly-elected President Macron to take the lead in European defence and security cooperation.
Appeal to the next French president: For a leading role of France towards multilateral nuclear disarmament
Signed by over 20 French political, military, and academic leadership figures, this appeal calls for the new French president to engage in genuine action towards a world without nuclear weapons.
ELN Researcher Alice Billon-Galland argues that Europeans should watch the French legislative election just as closely as the presidential one as the fate of France – and Europe – will still be in the balance on 8th May.
Alice Billon-Galland, Researcher at the ELN, examines the views of the five leading candidates on France’s European defence partnerships and argues that the French election is providing strategic uncertainty to an already destabilised Europe.
Admiral Alain Coldefy, former General Inspector of the French Armed Forces, argues that Trump will likely approach foreign and security policy in a far more pragmatic way than his rhetoric suggests, and that France need not worry too much.