Indeed, its stagnant centralism and bureaucracy is more likely to inflame extremism and violence than prevent them.
Posts Tagged: France
The Labour leader praised France’s President for showing “different way forward”. But it didn’t work – and is now being abandoned.
No-one wants to shake the French President’s hand.
The Prime Minister writes in The Times about the next phase of his long-term economic plan.
Behind the calm assurances, Euro-politicians are losing faith in the European project – a few are even willing to say so.
By Harry PhibbsFollow Harry on Twitter In the 1988 US Presidential election, the Democrat candidate, Michael Dukakis, was criticised for being… Read more »
Whatever happens to the Eurozone in the short-term, the long-term looks truly grim. That, at least, is the case made… Read more »
Does Germany have a duty to bail-out the Eurozone? Some people say yes, some people say no (or rather nein… Read more »
Lettre ouverte aux Français – Open letter to the French (translation below) Le message de bienvenue du Premier Ministre Britannique… Read more »
Marina Yannakoudakis MEP: The lesson of the French and Greek elections is that the Fiscal Compact is defending the indefensible
Marina Yannakoudakis is a Member of the European Parliament for London. Follow Marina on Twitter. I recently took part in… Read more »
British observers of the French presidential contest don’t seem overly impressed by the choice on offer. John Kay is no… Read more »
Alongside fiscal stimulus, the other great policy iniative of the Obama administration is healthcare reform. Few would doubt that the US system is in… Read more »