Two Poles in the European Union: Emmanuel Macron and Viktor Orbán

The German-French conciliation was a fundamental characteristic of Western-European politics after World War II. The closure of the bloody war forged strong economic and political bonds between the two countries, making the German-French axis the core of European integration. West-Germany’s economy was somewhat stronger, while politically France took the lead. German reunification changed the relative … Continue reading Two Poles in the European Union: Emmanuel Macron and Viktor Orbán