Only a month ago, France's president was in Washington trying to convince Donald Trump to stay in the Iran nuclear deal. Now Emmanuel Macron has landed in Russia to discover the latest surprise out of Washington. From Saint Petersburg, Macron and Vladimir Putin digested the news that Trump has sent a letter to Kim Jong-un cancelling the planned June 12 summit with the North Korean leader in Singapore. Where do Trump's deeds and statements leave Macron and Europe?
Produced by Andrew HILLIAR, Alessandro XENOS, Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.
Foreign Affairs Reporter, The National Interest
International Affairs Editor, France 24
Associate professor, American Graduate School of International Diplomacy
Dimitri DE KOCHKO