Juliette Legendre

Juliette Legendre is a researcher for Foreign Policy In Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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"In the world of Macronism, pluralism isn’t the essence of a functioning democracy, efficiency is." (Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Emmanuel Macron’s ‘Extreme Centrism’ Is a Threat to Democracy
French President Emmanuel Macron has been crusading to all corners of the world, receiving applause for his impassioned pleas on behalf of the postwar liberal order in the face of rising authoritarianism and nationalism. This spring, in his address to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the new...
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Trump supporters rally on the National Mall, 2017 (Kelly Bell/Shutterstock.com) Views
Monday, April 23, 2018
Far Right Groups Are Stumbling, But Their Rhetoric Is More Mainstream Than Ever
On March 5, the prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer was scheduled to speak at Michigan State University. The event quickly turned into a bust when only about three dozen people made it inside the building — while hundreds of Spencer supporters and anti-fascist protestors confronted each...
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