Crisis with Russia: Emmanuel Macron, Captain’s posture in the storm

Given that he is not yet officially a candidate for re-election, can the president’s diplomatic efforts serve him well in his campaign? His opponents do not have his international status.

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R.Nothing says that his efforts for peace in Ukraine will pay off. Rather. Vladimir Putin’s intervention on Russian television this Monday evening could signal its failure. The French president did not wait until it was over to convene a Security Council in Elise. But at least no one can blame the French head of state for trying to keep the peace. Back on Monday morning, after several weeks in the diplomatic arena, Emmanuel Macron was still optimistic about holding a final summit between the White House tenant and the Kremlin summit. This was before the latter spoke of a “preconceived” idea and showered hope.

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