Andrew Gilmore - 13 April 2017
In an already divided society, the uncertainty of Brexit could breed instability.
Nick Witney - 21 March 2017
Britain’s departure from the EU may make the case for its nuclear deterrent replacement harder to sustain.
Almut Möller - 25 January 2017
London waves farewell to Berlin as Germany softens on EU dissent. But the goal remains: the EU’s survival
Mark Leonard - 18 January 2017
Mark Leonard speaks with Tom Nuttall, The Economist's Charlemagne columnist, about Theresa May's Brexit speech.
Mark Leonard - 03 January 2017
With both sides ignoring the decline of the liberal world order, the Brexit process is set to result in tragedy for both the UK and EU.
Camilla Macdonald - 17 November 2016
It is not the absence of a strategy that is most troubling, but the fact that the government appears to be going into the negotiations with aims that are intellectually incoherent, even delusional.
Dr Kadira Pethiyagoda - 16 November 2016
There is no escaping the fundamental tension between Britain’s need for economic ties with rising powers and the growing nativist sentiments at home.
Camilla Macdonald - 08 November 2016
It is hard to see what ‘red lines’ could be imposed on the government, but the ruling could be an important victory for thought and reflection over rabble rousing on both sides.
Stefan Soesanto - 24 October 2016
The curtailment of law enforcement cooperation between the UK and the European Union will be an inevitable consequence of the British exit.
Caroline de Gruyter - 21 October 2016
Europe must narrow the gap between urban and rural areas, otherwise radical populists will continue to flourish in neglected communities.
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