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9 May 2012

François Hollande and French European Policy

Francois Hollande waving a French flag, courtesy of Parti socialiste/flickr
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Francois Hollande during campaign in Toulouse

Although the new French president, Socialist François Hollande, will not introduce great changes in France's European policy, his election may lead to its re-evaluation. Whether he undertakes structural reforms to boost the French economy will be crucial to the economic condition of Europe. In declaring the opening of Franco–German relations to other EU players, he also offers opportunities for better cooperation with Poland.

© 2012 Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM)

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Author:

Elzbieta Kaca, Dorota Liszczyk

Editor:

Marcin Zaborowski, Katarzyna Staniewska, Jaroslaw Cwiek-Karpowicz, Beata Górka-Winter, Artur Gradziuk, Beata Wojna

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381

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