In the three-and-a-half years since the Brits voted to leave the Union, the opportunity cost from the Brexit process has
The main difference between East and West Germans 30 years after the Reunification seems to be that the former
The Backstop for All Future Backstops: Didn’t the Brits Think of the Irish Border When Voting for Brexit?
The Irish border backstop quagmire is certain to make all EU countries think of their border regions if they are
Referring to the EU as a "bloc" doesn't make enough sense any way you look at it.
A return to Michel Barnier's original backstop idea, which keeps only Northern Ireland in the EU customs union, is deemed
As the EU and Australia hash out the details of a new free trade agreement, a surprising sticking point has
John Bolton, the third National Security Adviser to US President Donald Trump, who often bashed the EU and shamelessly promoted
The EU funds fraud allegations concern a case from before Babis entered politics.
It remains unclear how seriously the US President has floated the idea.
Trump Seems to Hate the EU. Is It Because He Already Had a George W. Bush Florida Orange Juice Moment?
The United States has had to back down twice in the past 16 years in major trade disputes with the
INSTEX has created a dangerous precedent that can ruin future Western sanctions, while also disgruntling everybody.