Can you believe it: at this time four years ago, in November 2016, the world had sort-of ended according to
The British leader has argued the controversial UK Internal Market Act will protect the territorial integrity of the UK.
The "level playing field" remains the main bone of contention.
China's new draft security legislation for Hong Kong has drawn criticism from all over the West.
Common standards, the jurisdiction of the EU's top court, and fisheries remain major bones of contention.
Or why Britain is a lot more like the USA, Russia, China, Turkey, or Iran than it is like Germany,
Such a bold and purely rhetorical move would have been highly beneficial for France, the EU, and international peace, security,
Brexit is Britain's biggest European opt-out - the opt-out from responsibility. Nothing more, nothing less.
Many technicalities and potentially lacking high-level political support have kept INSTEX from starting to function.
The fact that the 3.5-year-long "life support" of "EU Britain" is finally about to be "unplugged" already at the start