Bruno Amable says the French president, in order to continue his neoliberal project, is wooing the country’s right-wing base.
Tag: Emmanuel Macron
This CN Live! Documentary May Have Been Illegal Under Proposed Law
In March CN Live! was in Paris to film a documentary on the Yellow Vests movement that included footage of French police that under a proposed law, now being rewritten, could have incurred a €45,000 fine.
THE ANGRY ARAB: France’s Islam Problem
For Macron to speak of a “crisis in Islam” is to pass judgment on a religion of 1.5 billion people and on individual Muslims, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Franco-American Designs on Lebanon
Despite appearances to the contrary, Macron is implementing a phased version of the U.S. plan with the consent of the U.S., which has failed so far to exclude and boycott Hizbullah, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
EU Reluctantly Aids Southern Europe—With Strings Attached
During the pandemic it has been every EU nation for themselves until this very late and reluctant deal from the rich North, writes Diana Johnstone.
A Circle in the Darkness: Post-War Europe
Diana Johnstone’s newly-published memoir offers an incisive, gritty, politically alert, and expansive account of post-war Europe, reports Patrick Lawrence in this interview with the author.
COVID-19: The Transformation of Emmanuel Macron
Something odd has happened to French President Emmanuel Macron since the Coronavirus hit France, writes Joe Lauria.
From Paris a CN Live! Documentary: ‘A Day With the Yellow Vests’
CN Live! spent a day a fortnight ago with the Yellow Vests protest movement in France. Here is our documentary by Cathy Vogan.
The West Displays Its Insecurity Complex
The only complaint the U.S. allows is that the United States might not defend us enough, when the greater danger comes from being defended too much, writes Diana Johnstone on the Munich conference.
French Popular Uprising: Revolution or Frozen Conflict?
This conflict is essentially over policies that put the avaricious demands of financial markets ahead of the needs of the people, writes Diana Johnstone.