Tribune – Despite the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, France and the United Kingdom remain a natural link, strategic and military, says economist and columnist. After Boris Johnson leaves, he argues that the two countries need to renew their relationship.
Alain Mink is a columnist. His latest published work: My life with Marx (Callimard, 2021).
Departure Boris Johnson It opens up a strategic opportunity for France that cannot be missed.
Anglophiles, hurt by Brexit, the French could not get comfortable with a leader they cynically blamed for this sorry divorce. Innumerable grievances have continued to be leveled against the sleazy prime minister: diversions, the Picrocolline fights over fishing, Australian submarines and, Finally A stupid plan to unilaterally and upside down rid yourself of everything International Rules, Irish Code.
This strained relationship obscured a key strategic issue. The United Kingdom has certainly left the EU, but it has not left Europe. Had he wished, he could not: geography, history, commerce, human proximity would have prevented him. Also, you need to find…
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