There was something refreshing about watching former French president Nicholas Sarkozy being interrogated in a French jail. Particularly since he may soon be accused of conspiracy in the murder of my old friend, Col. Muammar Khadaffi of Libya.
If he thinks 48 hours of police questioning in Paris last week over corruption is “hell”, Sarkozy should spare a thought for the thousands of innocent lives he obliterated over his money-grubbing schemes.
Intervenant samedi lors du congrès de son parti Les Républicains, Nicolas Sarkozy a reproché au président François Hollande sa décision de ne pas se rendre à Moscou pour la commémoration du 70e anniversaire de la victoire sur le nazisme.
At the moment, there is little doubt that Francois Hollande can count on winning the presidential run off in France. The questions naturally arising in the context are which, if any, transformations await the French foreign policy under the incoming president and, in particular, how Paris will be shaping its relations with Moscow in the coming five years…