Prensa Benoît Hamon as a symbol of the problems of French socialism

He has been able to impose his political approach to the PSF, but he will have to seduce moderate and extremist voters at the same time if he wants to survive as a political leader. It won’t be easy and he doesn’t have much time to do so. But the weakness of the candidate Fillon and the lack of experience of the candidate Macron give him a chance.

Prensa Benoît Hamon como símbolo de los problemas del socialismo francés

He has been able to impose his political approach to the PSF, but he will have to seduce moderate and extremist voters at the same time if he wants to survive as a political leader. It won’t be easy and he doesn’t have much time to do so. But the weakness of the candidate Fillon and the lack of experience of the candidate Macron give him a chance.

Prensa The Candidates for the Elysée Are Moving in Shifting Sands

France has before itself a great challenge to decide who will be the next president of the Republic in the upcoming month of May, but few months away from the elections, everything is too open to talk about favorites. The primaries of the main party of the French right, Les Republicains (LR), is attracting great attention but not too much discussion on ideological level. For the first time in its history, the party has decided to choose its candidate in open primaries to militants and sympathizers that will be held in a single ballot on the 20th November and the two most voted candidates will compete again in the second round on the 27th November.

Prensa The Rise of American Protectionism*

The wedge issue of the 2016 primary campaign is the rising hostility to free trade—and, specifically, to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. On the Republican side, establishment candidates like Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Marco Rubio have failed or fallen behind, while Donald Trump maintains a commanding lead going into Florida and Ohio thanks, in large part, to his protectionist rhetoric. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has been veering leftward to fight off a determined challenge from Vermont’s democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, another unapologetic protectionist.*Originally in Defining Ideas, Hoover Institution, Universidad de Standford (Monday, March 14, 2016) 

Prensa ANALYSISThe Rise of American Protectionism, by Richard A. Epstein *

/27.04.16/.- "The wedge issue of the 2016 primary campaign is the rising hostility to free trade—and, specifically, to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. On the Republican side, establishment candidates like Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Marco Rubio have failed or fallen behind, while Donald Trump maintains a commanding lead going into Florida and Ohio thanks, in large part, to his protectionist rhetoric. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has been veering leftward to fight off a determined challenge from Vermont’s democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, another unapologetic protectionist".

Prensa Benoît Hamon as a symbol of the problems of French socialism

02.02.2017. He has been able to impose his political approach to the PSF, but he will have to seduce moderate and extremist voters at the same time if he wants to survive as a political leader. It won’t be easy and he doesn’t have much time to do so. But the weakness of the candidate Fillon and the lack of experience of the candidate Macron give him a chance.

Prensa Benoît Hamon como símbolo de los problemas del socialismo francés

02.02.2017. He has been able to impose his political approach to the PSF, but he will have to seduce moderate and extremist voters at the same time if he wants to survive as a political leader. It won’t be easy and he doesn’t have much time to do so. But the weakness of the candidate Fillon and the lack of experience of the candidate Macron give him a chance.

Prensa The Candidates for the Elysée Are Moving in Shifting Sands

10.31.2016. France has before itself a great challenge to decide who will be the next president of the Republic in the upcoming month of May, but few months away from the elections, everything is too open to talk about favorites. The primaries of the main party of the French right, Les Republicains (LR), is attracting great attention but not too much discussion on ideological level. For the first time in its history, the party has decided to choose its candidate in open primaries to militants and sympathizers that will be held in a single ballot on the 20th November and the two most voted candidates will compete again in the second round on the 27th November.

Prensa The Rise of American Protectionism*

04.27.2016. The wedge issue of the 2016 primary campaign is the rising hostility to free trade—and, specifically, to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. On the Republican side, establishment candidates like Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Marco Rubio have failed or fallen behind, while Donald Trump maintains a commanding lead going into Florida and Ohio thanks, in large part, to his protectionist rhetoric. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has been veering leftward to fight off a determined challenge from Vermont’s democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, another unapologetic protectionist.*Originally in Defining Ideas, Hoover Institution, Universidad de Standford (Monday, March 14, 2016) 

Prensa ANALYSISThe Rise of American Protectionism, by Richard A. Epstein *

04.27.2016.  "The wedge issue of the 2016 primary campaign is the rising hostility to free trade—and, specifically, to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. On the Republican side, establishment candidates like Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, and Marco Rubio have failed or fallen behind, while Donald Trump maintains a commanding lead going into Florida and Ohio thanks, in large part, to his protectionist rhetoric. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton has been veering leftward to fight off a determined challenge from Vermont’s democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, another unapologetic protectionist".