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?
The old international order is falling apart, and a recommitment to deterrence can help stabilize the new one.
Background If 2016 was the year when cracks appeared in the foundation of the European Union, 2017 will tell the story of whether those cracks are patched up or if they expand and imperil …
First Brexit, now President Trump – a wave of anti-globalization fervor is spreading through the Western world. Here is a run-down of the major movements in EU countries that could see a ‘Trump bump.’