Editorial

Macron marching on

A collective sigh of relief could be heard coming from a good part of Europe and the world in the evening of Sunday, 7 May, when it was confirmed that Emmanuel Macron had defeated Marine Le Pen in the second round of the French presidential elections. The country was the third in the EU to reject populism, nationalism and intolerance in the span of a few months, starting with the presidential elections in Austria and continuing with the Dutch parliamentary elections. Possibly because of its painful experience in the previous century, Europe — at least its continental part — seems inoculated against the virus that has infected man...



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