Teresa Coratella - 17 February 2020
The Italian government sees the deal as not only the solution to an important challenge but, above all, an opportunity for Europe to become a key geopolitical actor.
Jana Puglierin - 13 February 2020
The grand coalition will continue to be a kind of caretaker government in its lack of a big foreign policy vision.
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.
Kareem Chehayeb - 04 February 2020
Even if the new government intends to introduce significant reforms, the elite will more than likely block any measures that challenge entrenched interests.
Nick Witney - 30 January 2020
Democratic backsliding and constitutional crises could await if the wheels come off Boris Johnson’s Brexit bandwagon.
Caroline de Gruyter - 27 January 2020
Having defeated both UKIP and Labour, the Conservatives can afford to be a little more moderate on Brexit.
Jeremy Shapiro - 20 January 2020
The irony of recent British neo-poodleism is that the UK needs an EU trade deal much more than it needs a US trade deal.
José Ignacio Torreblanca - 07 January 2020
The inauguration of the most fragmented parliament since 1978 will usher in a period of culture war centring on national identity.
Janka Oertel - 19 December 2019
A decision looms for Britain on 5G and Huawei. London’s choice will signal whether it wishes to stay close to Europe when dealing with Beijing – or to go its own way.
Nick Witney - 16 December 2019
Boris Johnson could prove to be more Trump than Trump. But he may yet face resistance to turning Britain into “Singapore-on-Thames”
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