PARIS — Regardless of who wins September’s parliamentary election in Germany, the time has come once again for a major Franco-German initiative.
Regardless of their economic conditions or their confidence — or lack of it — in each other, France and Germany are more than ever jointly responsible for the future, if not the very survival, of the European project.
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