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Global Research News Hour
Global Research News Hour Episode 182
Weekly Program
Diana Johnstone, Michael Welch, Graham Vanbergen
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May 19, 2017, 7:45 a.m.
Pivotal elections have been underway in two key European countries, France and the United Kingdom. French electors recently voted in Emmanuel Macron. UK electors stand poised to grant Prime Minister Theresa May a more robust majority government for her Conservative Party.
What have been the factors shaping the outcome, and what do they mean for the futures of both countries, the EU, and the larger geopolitical landscape?
Paris-based political writer Diana Johnstone shares her insights into the recently concluded France Presidential election. Graham Vanbergen of breaks down the dynamics shaping the elections in Great Britain.
Interviews by Michael Welch

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