The situation looks grimmer by the hour for the May government.
The May government and EU negotiators have agreed to a final text for the Brexit agreement after years of negotiations… now comes the hard part.
Signals abound that the EU and UK are headed toward a hard Brexit.
Sweden’s far-right might sneak into the Riksdag via the back door, Brexit gut-check time in the United Kingdom, and new hope for US-Turkey relations.
The demise of Prime Minister May’s Chequers plan increases the odds of a hard Brexit.
Brexit was never the Conservative Party’s idea. In fact, it was always one of its’ worst nightmares.
Viktor Orbán’s decisive election victory sets the stage for a long-delayed East-West battle over what lies at the heart of the European Union.
Lithuania doesn’t need to rely on EU funding to advance key projects like Rail Baltica and decommissioning the Ignalina nuclear power plant.
While transition negotiations flounder, the Brexit debate has coalesced into a simple question: Hard or soft?
Brexit negotiations are now touching upon fundamental security questions to which Theresa May’s government has no real answers.