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Macron was a victory for hope. The price of failure is even higher – Jon Henley | In my Opinion

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Macron was a victory for hope. That makes the price of failure even higher.
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All eyes are now on France after Emmanuel Macron beat Marine Le Pen, stemming a populist tide. But, argues Jon Henley, this means the stakes are dangerously high because if those leaders who still believe in open, pro-European government fail, it could be the end of the European project for good.

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2 thoughts on “Macron was a victory for hope. The price of failure is even higher – Jon Henley | In my Opinion

  1. Macron a victory for hope, hope for who exactly? Is he the solution, or are the policies he stands for part of the problem? After all, its not the likes of Le Penn or Trump who have been running the world’s economies is it, division, geographical inequalities, de-industrialization, terrorism hasn’t happened under them.

  2. Populists should be held to the same standard though, Brexiters and Trumps will also have to show results. People will remember how their approach worked out, at least for while.

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