Nick Witney - 02 June 2020
Covid-19 has made the task confronting the Integrated Review (IR) to reconceive Britain’s role in the world after Brexit – doubly difficult. Now, it is not only Britain which faces a major historical rupture, but quite possibly the world itself.
Nick Witney - 21 May 2020
Britain can step back from the brink of Brexit trade catastrophe – but only if Boris Johnson gives the say-so.
Nick Witney - 20 March 2020
Britain’s Brexiteer government may be relearning the value of expertise – if only slowly.
Nick Witney - 06 February 2020
The odds that the UK and the EU will reach full, or even much, agreement within the breakneck timetable imposed by London do not look good.
Nick Witney - 30 January 2020
Democratic backsliding and constitutional crises could await if the wheels come off Boris Johnson’s Brexit bandwagon.
Nick Witney - 14 January 2020
The UK Ministry of Defence has shown a chronic lack of decision discipline, sometimes undermining its role in joint European projects.
Josef Janning - 24 October 2019
Britain helped bring modern, unified, and peaceful Germany into being. Its Brexit convulsions have trashed this historic reputation – probably for good.
Nick Witney - 21 October 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems to have the momentum to get his Brexit deal over the line – and to follow up with a general election triumph while the electorate are still sighing with relief.
Nick Witney - 07 October 2019
The UK’s European partners should grant it another extension in the Brexit negotiations. The horror show of the last three years has deflated much of the public’s belief in British exceptionalism.
Caroline de Gruyter - 03 September 2019
Brexit is putting parliamentary democracy in question
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