PARIS — If anyone thought the coronavirus crisis might prompt Emmanuel Macron to set aside his push to recast the West’s relations with Russia, this week proved them wrong.
On Tuesday, NATO announced an expert panel to reflect on its future — at least partly in response to the French president declaring last year that the alliance was experiencing brain death. And Macron’s pick was Hubert Védrine, a former foreign minister and self-declared advocate of “a more realistic policy” toward Moscow.
“We must reinvent our relations with Russia without waiting for Trump, who, if he is re-elected, will relaunch a dynamic between …read more
Source:: European Voice