Aline-Florence Manent is a lecturer in twentieth century political thought at Queen Mary, University of London. She holds a PhD in History from Harvard University and graduated from Sciences-Po, Paris. She is writing about the history and theory of democracy in modern Europe, particularly in post-war France and Germany.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Why Macron should give us hope of democratic renewal in France
François Fillon’s (LR) entanglements in corruption scandals and Benoît Hamon’s (PS) strategy to court the votes of...