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French outrage over US submarine deal will not sink a longstanding alliance

  • Written by Hervé-Thomas Campangne, Professor of French Studies, University of Maryland
imageFrench President Emmanuel Macron talks to U.S. President Joe Biden at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters in Brussels on June 14, 2021.BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

France’s recent recall of its ambassador to the United States was an exceptional move in the long history of France-U.S. relations, which began...

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