On the 7th of May, I had the pleasure to talk to Sky News live in Paris about the election of Emmanuel Macron. You can check out the whole video down below:
This article was translated into Russian for Reed Media. The original can be read here. 14 мая 2017 года бывший инвестиционный банкир и министр экономики Эммануэль Макрон вступил в должность президента Франции. Во время предвыборной борьбы его даже называли «самым либеральным кандидатом в президенты за всю историю», но на своем посту он столкнется с давними […]
When British Prime Minister Theresa May called for snap elections on June 8, everyone was predicting she’d pull off a landslide victory. The UK’s Conservatives are surfing the wave of the aftermath of Brexit by consistently standing behind their promise to leave the European Union, something their political rivals have failed to do.
Even though there are plenty of reasons to be happy about the defeat of Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election, the new president Emmanuel Macron, with his stance on the EU and his questionable positions on economic interventionism, likewise deserves some pro-liberty opposition. Here are 11 key issues for the 5 years to […]
In a month, the United Kingdom will head to the polls to vote for a new Parliament. The election has been severely underreported for a reason: it isn’t a serious confrontation between political parties.
Even if it came against a divisive and disliked opponent, Emmanuel Macron’s victory over Marine Le Pen represented substantial support for his policy platform. His proposed reforms may be popular, but the youngest president in the history of the French Republic, who ran as an independent promising major change, has a major problem to overcome […]
French political pundits were relieved on Sunday night: the presidential candidate supported by a large majority of newspapers and TV stations and all the establishment political parties had won entrance to the Elysée Palace. Emmanuel Macron will be the youngest president of the Fifth Republic and the first since Valéry Giscard D’Estaing who is not affiliated with either […]
On Sunday I reported live from Paris on the results of the French presidential election, for the Freedom Today Network. A small technical issue was that that the live Facebook broadcast was recorded in vertical. You can check out my commentary down below:
I had the pleasure to talk to Stephen Kent from the Young Voices podcast about the French elections and the bigger picture of European politics.
It’s not looking good for Marine Le Pen’s presidential campaign. The latest polls show the National Front leader at 41 percent against the independent Emmanuel Macron, who’s expected to handily win the presidential runoff on Sunday.