Движение «Жёлтые жилеты», свидетельство французского раскола

В то время как Франция переживает невиданную на протяжении более полувека волну исторических протестов, анализ этого движения вызвал множество реакций, часть из которых ― ошибочна, поскольку основывается на том, что это движение вовсе не стихийное, а поддерживается из-за рубежа. Чтобы оценить события осени и декабря 2018 года во Франции, необходимо понять причины происходящего, а они сложны для понимания, Read more

Interview pour Al Jazeera sur Vladimir Poutine

Est-ce que l'Europe a raison de se méfier de Vladimir Poutine ? pic.twitter.com/q2e4lP5iPG — AJ+ français (@ajplusfrancais) 30 novembre Read more

Automne 2018 ~ Réflexions sur les Gilets Jaunes

Automne 2018 ~ Réflexions sur les Gilets Jaunes Habiter hors de France permet de prendre de la distance. Habiter hors de France, et en Russie, permet de mieux comprendre ce qui se passe et surtout ce qui devrait se passer en Read more

Discours de de Vladimir Poutine à l’Assemblée Fédérale - 01/03/2018

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Et si on parlait vraiment de la Russie ?

Entretien pour radio courtoisie a propos de la sortie d’un Printemps Russe.
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CR de la mission de Vostok France — Solidarité Donbass de mai 2016

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Sortie de mon nouvel ouvrage : «Un Printemps Russe» aux éditions les Syrtes

Chers lecteurs : j’ai le plaisir de vous annoncer la sortie de mon nouvel ouvrage «Un printemps russe» aux éditions les syrtes !

Vous pouvez consulter un bref extrait de l’ouvrage sur le site des Syrtes en cliquant sur le logo ci-dessous.


Le livre est disponible dans de nombreuses librairies et vous pouvez également le commander en cliquant sur le lien ci-joint et en téléchargeant le document: Latsa — bon de commande Final


Veuillez trouver ci-dessous une interview concernant la sortie du livre :

Veuillez trouver ci-dessous le quatrième de couverture du livre :

4ieme de Couv

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Interview chez Eurasie Express (un printemps russe)

Interview à Frederic Saillot pour le média alternatif Eurasie-Express a l’occasion de la sortie de mon nouvel ouvrage :»Un printemps russe«.

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Le 9 mai 2016 dans le métro de Moscou

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«Бессмертный полк» в Москве — « Le bataillon des immortels » a Moscou

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Наталья Поклонская. От героев былых времён…

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marianna_1he resolution adopted by the French National Assembly which calls on the French government to give up and refuse to prolong the anti-Russian sanctions is first and foremost a very important symbolic measure. Seeing as how the declaration is not binding for the French government, its provisions to not have to be implemented. However, the fact of the resolution’s adoption shows the orientation of the majority of the French elite and French society. It should be recalled that no other European parliament has taken such an initiative or adopted such a resolution despite the fact that 30-40% of the population in various European countries directly oppose the extension of anti-Russian sanctions and want to improve relations with Russia. Before this latest event in the French parliament, the opinion of this considerable amount of people was not taken into account by the political elite. France is the first sign that the situation is changing and that the will of the people will be taken into consideration, starting with France.

Domestic factors played their role in spurring the resolution. First of all, the Russian counter-sanctions that followed European sanctions drastically hurt the French economy. Frenchmen themselves negatively perceive the confrontation with Russia into which they have been dragged by the United States, and now want to get out of this situation. There are non-system forces, most notably the National Front, which have always been pro-Russian and anti-American in standing for the sovereignty of France. Therefore, the votes of the French people dissatisfied with sanctions were naturally given to the National Front.

The existing French establishment is anxious over this development, as we have seen how the Republican part of Nicolas Sarkozy tried to manipulate these sentiments despite him being an absolutely pro-American figure. The French liberals understand that if they continue to advocate for the extension of sanctions, then they will be isolated by their own people and their political careers will come to an end. This is precisely the reason why Sarkozy’s party has taken the course towards restoring relations with Russia — it is not that they are particularly fond of Russia, but that they realize that France and its population are for such steps. Hence why Thierry Mariani, an MP from the Republican Party of Nicolas Sarkozy, proposed the initiative to begin with.

It is also significant that deputies from both the right-wing National Front and the Left Party of Jean-Luc Mélenchon voted for the lifting of sanctions. Thus, left and right counter-system forces united against the American subordination of French interests.

Now we await further events to see whether the French government is to follow the interests of the largest opposition party and parliamentary opinion. If they do, this will demonstrate that even Hollande, a relatively controversial ultra-liberal figure, can no longer afford to trail behind US policy. However, if Hollande’s government refuses to consider the resolution, we can conclude that the French elite is so dependent on the United States that they are going so far as to sacrifice their future. Other European countries should naturally follow the French example. We can foresee this situation unfolding at the EU summit in the early summer. Several countries will oppose the extension of anti-Russian sanctions as was earlier proposed, for example, by the Hungarian leadership. Traditional allies and supporters of rapprochement with Russia will bring new votes and people to the table, some of whom might be surprising.

We hope that this sanction war between Europe and Russia which is disadvantageous for both sides and benefits only the United States (who gains an advantage by disassociating the two geopolitical poles) will come to an end. The fact that both counter-system forces and parts of the system itself have come out for lifting sanctions shows that the geopolitical rules are unchangeable and that Europe cannot act without Russia. Europe can not hope to be an independent pole of power if it does not improve relations and strengthen its alliance with the key countries of Eurasia, first and foremost Russia.


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La voix de Poutine au coeur de Palmyre libérée




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I personally think that the adopted today French resolution is a great step for my country. As Frenchman, I’m very glad that our country voted against the sanctions, Mr. Mariani has a very effective policy in this sphere for long time, and we saw that today this policy was successful.

This is a very good political decision for France: it has shown that it can become independent and to choose the profitable way. It can stand against the American policy against Russia. Therefore, it is a victory for both Russia and France. It is not widely spread, but these sanctions were useful for the Russian economy, it can be said that the Russian economy has become stronger due to the sanctions, perhaps it would be better for Russia if the sanctions would last another 10 years.

But I doubt that it will be adopted completely. I do not think that the French government will follow the resolution. We can see that the majority of MPs who voted for the sanctions lifting, support Thierry Mariani, and everyone, who was against it, who wanted the sanctions to be prolonged, are the adherents of Francois Hollande’s political party, the Socialists and ecologists. The ecologists in France strongly oppose Putin’s Russia, so, unfortunately, I think that Francois Hollande will not take this decision quickly.

There is the possibility that the other countries will follow French example. I think that many EU countries are afraid to make such a decision the first. But if another country will give them an example, many of them will follow it. I think that Italy, Austria can take such decisions.


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