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France: Macron’s Balancing Act

  • October 30, 2017

At a crucial moment in European history, France went to the polls and elected the young centrist Emmanuel Macron. How will he deal with opposition from his right and left, with Trump’s America, and with the internal and external challenges facing Europe? To answer these questions we are pleased to feature Hajnalka Vincze, a former analyst in the Hungarian Ministry of Defense in charge of EU and transatlantic issues. 

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