foreign policy needs to prioritize its priorities and to not be led by their emotions. This is what must be France in its management of the Brexit. Certainly, the departure of the United Kingdom is a bad blow for the european Union at a time when it is attacked by the populist ; of course, the ups and policies in London could exhaust the patience of anyone, and the threats and demands of the government, Boris Johnson may rightly appear to be excessive on the bottom, and provocative in the form. But is this the essential for France ? I d... Article reserved to subscribers
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