Pride in past achievements is great but far from good enough. The West needs to pursue a bold, imaginative agenda, lead an effort to redesign the international system, and make it work better.
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+++ Natalie Nougayrède on France’s potentially earth-shattering elections; Martin Michelot and Martin Quencez on how the Front National became a force with a chance at the French presidency; Maya Vidon-White on links between Donald Trump and Marine Le Pen; Claire Demesmay and Daniela Schwarzer on the reset needed for the French-German partnership; Barbara Wesel profiles Martin Schulz, Angela Merkel’s unlikely challenger ("Close-Up"); Ulrich Speck on how the liberal world order now relies on the B Team to step up; Nicolai von Ondarza and Sophia Besch on why the EU shouldn't leave Brexit to the Brits alone; an interview with Celeste Wallander on the OSCE’s role in Ukraine; Carl Nasman on the right-wing’s new favorite insult "snowflake" ("Words Don't Come Easy"); and much more +++
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