Macron’s post-Brexit nuclear ambitions are destined to fail
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With Britain out of the picture he has spied an opportunity. But France is not going to be Europe’s nuclear shield

Now that Britain has left the European Union, the French president, Emmanuel Macron, has moved swiftly to put French nuclear weapons front and centre of EU defence policies. In an hour-long speech on Friday to L’École de guerre (School of War) in Paris, the French president called for a European dialogue about defence and deterrence based on France’s force de frappe of nuclear...

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