The alleged neoliberal really has governed as a centrist.
The French president argues for a pragmatic reset. It would actually be a leap of faith.
Rather than take the French president at his word, some observers see bigotry behind his liberal facade.
There is a difference between opening accession talks and letting Albania and North Macedonia in.
The current system is a mess. Changes would be phased in over twenty years.
The French president threatens to hold up a trade deal unless Brazil does more to fight forest fires.
There is no point in watering down his proposals for EU reform. Euroskeptics will oppose them anyway.
Proposals for protecting the European market are uncontroversial. Harmonizing asylum laws and wages could be difficult.
Three months after the Yellow Vests rocked France, the president has regained the initiative.
The tax increases are small. The violent reaction is really about Emmanuel Macron.