John Keiger

Europe

France’s COVID response is a source of national shame

The country is becoming the laughing stock of Europe

By John Keiger

Europe

Joe Biden isn’t the president the EU thinks he is

Personality notwithstanding, Donald Trump achieved a great deal in international affairs

By John Keiger

Europe

Is Macron following in the footsteps of de Gaulle?

Certainly the General had no easy ride as French leader

By John Keiger

Europe

Emmanuel Macron’s Trumpian transformation

The French president’s retreat into the Trumpian promotion of the nation state continues unabated

By John Keiger

Europe

France must define its values so it can defend them

Christian minorities generally have been forsaken by Western governments and their media

By John Keiger

Europe

Why is Macron so determined to infuriate the rest of the world?

His tactless temperament has brought events to dangerous levels

By John Keiger

Europe

The EU is adrift and in search of an anchor

The block is starting to recognize its weaknesses

By John Keiger

Europe

How the EU is breaking its own Lisbon Treaty

Since March, all six sittings of the European Parliament have been transferred from Strasbourg to Brussels

By John Keiger

Europe

What explains France’s COVID chauvinism?

The 2022 presidential election campaign that will decide Macron’s future is clearly underway

By John Keiger

Europe

Macron’s Brexit swansong is about to unfold

The French president is ruthless when it comes to achieving his political aims

By John Keiger

Europe

Macron’s battle against the forces of French anarchy

Deep feelings of insecurity, a loss of identity and a tradition of rebellion all make for a powerful cocktail

By John Keiger

Europe

What’s up with Macron’s Lawrence of Arabia stunt?

Often with Macron his failure comes down to poor communication at home and abroad

By John Keiger

Europe

COVID-19 and the twilight of Britain and France

Europe is being eclipsed as the geopolitical heartland of world affairs

By John Keiger

Europe

Macron’s Faustian pact with the EU

Macron is taking the role of hyper-president to its limits. Castex’s statement then is no more than his master’s voice

By John Keiger

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