Our panel of international journalists look at Theresa May’s increasingly weakened negotiating position on Brexit, compared to Emmanuel Macron who was the belle of the ball at his first EU summit in Brussels. We also turn to the United States, where moderates in the centre are struggling to have their voices heard over Democrats and Republicans; to Saudi Arabia, where a new heir to the throne has been named; and finally to Iraq and Syria, asking "what happens after the Islamic State group?"
Produced by Daniel Barney, François WIBAUX and Florence VIALA.
Foreign editor at the Daily Beast
Paris correspondent, The Washington Post
Alissa J. RUBIN
Paris Bureau Chief, New York Times
Documentary Filmmaker, Premières Lignes