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Jospin's policies involved less respressive measures and peace, and hoped to reach an end for the Cold War. He would meet in conferences with the American presidents and restructed French military goals, which did contribute to an end to the Cold War. However, this, along with an economic downturn, would reawaken nationalist feelings in several parts of the Republic and undermine the ruling Lyonist party and Jospin himself Jospin attempted to prevent these regions from leaving, resulting in the European Revolution in 2003. Massive protests and strikes rocked the nation, which forced Jospin to step down as President, leading to the dissolution of the French Third Republic.