The European Political Community’s Appeal Could Also Be Its Weakness

The European Political Community’s Appeal Could Also Be Its Weakness
French President Emmanuel Macron gestures while posing for a group photo during a meeting of the European Political Community at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic, Oct 6, 2022 (AP photo by Darko Bandic).

French President Emmanuel Macron’s pet project, the European Political Community, held its inaugural summit in Prague, Czech Republic, this week. The gathering marked a diplomatic success for Macron, who had floated the idea of a forum comprising all of Europe’s democracies, both inside and outside the European Union, back in May.

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