Adam Bartha writes for 1828
“President Macron identifies the problems correctly: populists surging left and right throughout the continent, the EU losing one of its most important member states, and European leaders often sleepwalking into problems, instead of taking swift actions to resolve them.
“However, after identifying the correct problems, he continues to offer the same old – and incorrect – solutions as his predecessors did.
“Unfortunately, President Trump and President Macron have more in common than their shared love of military parades. Their views on international trade and competition between nation states are equally misguided.”
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