… days has a worse approval rate than Hollande at the same moment. The honeymoon finished faster than anyone would have guessed, but of course this is not to say that Emmanuel will necessarily walk in the footsteps of the unfortunate François. But in a European key, what about now the Franco-German duo’s “relance” ?
Great story in The Atlantic about a counterfactual course of events in the WW2 after Dunkirk. It has been found out for the first time that Churchill and De Gaulle were ready to sign for a Anglo-French Union in June 1940 with the Germans already in Paris, but they were apparently a week late for…… Continue reading Dunkirk, or the forced brexit of 1940
France, like the rest of Europe, enjoys a certain reprisal of the economic activity. Their problem is that imports contribute more and more to growth, up to a third of the internal consumption. It stayed to around 15 per cent until the end of the sixties, and then grew constantly, no doubt as a result of the…… Continue reading Made in France, but less and less