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Joseph de Weck
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is a historian and journalist based in Paris. He consults on geopolitical and macroeconomic risk and writes the monthly Pariscope column for Berlin Policy Journal.

Emmanuel Macron is trying to mend fences with Rome.


The changing of the guard in Brussels offers the French president the chance of a new beginning in Europe.


Emmanuel Macron has turned to an old strategy: leveraging France’s budding rapprochement with Moscow.


The European Union often fails to make its mark on global affairs due to internal divisions. Scrapping the unanimity requirement for European foreign policy positions could help—but it can’t come without burden-sharing.


Marine Le Pen risks being sidelined—at home and in Europe.