Brexit negotiations are now touching upon fundamental security questions to which Theresa May’s government has no real answers.
Politicians say now’s not the right time; economists say there’s no choice. Either way it looks like the Bank of England is set to increase interest rates in November.
The Conservative conference was supposed to strengthen Prime Minister May’s negotiating position in the next round of Brexit talks. If anything, it weakened it.
Theresa May still gets to negotiate Brexit, but it won’t be the one she wanted.
On the eve of Election Day, it appears unlikely that Theresa May’s electoral gambit will pay off.
When it comes to dealing with the European Union and other trading partners, London would be well advised to show a greater willingness to compromise.
Prime Minister Theresa May has set March 29 as the date when the UK will start a two-year period of formal negotiations on leaving the European Union.
The West needs to step up its game if it wants to counter President Putin’s push to balkanize Europe.
Geopolitical flashpoints are multiplying across several continents, and no one is stepping up to deal with them.
Has Donald Trump paved the way for a political revolution in Europe?