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Jacques Julliard: "Is Europe going to go out of history?"

2021-12-05T20:28:43.060Z

CHRONICLE - Europe has changed its address: it is no longer in Paris but in Berlin, argues the historian and essayist that our readers find every first Monday of the month. While the imbalance between France and Germany is obvious, the Europe of tomorrow cannot be ...



Within its borders, Europe no longer has friends or enemies.

By enlarging the line, we are tempted to say that Marine Le Pen no longer wants to leave her and that Michel Barnier no longer wants to defend her.

For most of its inhabitants, it is no longer a hope, but an old habit.

If she disappeared during the night, who then, outside Brussels, would notice it in the morning?

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All of this is not a very good sign.

Certainly, Eurosceptics, in view of the international context and the disappointments of Brexit for the English, agree, at least implicitly, that it is better to try to reform it than to destroy it.

But, conversely, convinced Europeans confess, in view of what she does, and especially what she does not do, that she is not really worthy of the hopes that we had placed in her. and the sacrifices made to him.

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Another worrying clue: we feel it is more inclined to police inside its borders than outside, more promptly.

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Source: lefigaro

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