The UK and the US are taking their time leaving the EU and the Paris climate accords respectively.
One year on from the Brexit vote, the EU’s political landscape is profoundly changed.
After the UK election, the country’s position is as unclear as the future of the prime minister.
British media have painted the EU chief Brexit negotiator as an inflexible ideologue. It’s a caricature few in Brussels recognize.
For Theresa May the UK snap election comes with little political risk, and potentially significant rewards.
Threatening war against Spain over the future of Gibraltar, the Brexiteers’ inflated self-regard has seeped into the military sphere.
The Brexit vote was supposed to reestablish parliamentary sovereignty. It has done the opposite.
Brussels shouldn’t leave Brexit to the British; it’s time for the EU to define its interests.
London is likely to use its security assets as bargaining chips in the Brexit negotiations.
If Macron is Europe’s savior, does that make him Britain’s nightmare?
Theresa May has unwisely hitched her wagon to the new US president.
Theresa May performs a reversal.
With the United Kingdom running ever more adrift, some are turning the spotlight on Switzerland and its relationship with the EU.
What links Donald Trump’s victory, the Brexit vote, and support for Marine Le Pen’s Front National?
It began life as a variant of Grexit. Fours years on and a referendum later, the term is still devoid of meaning.
The British High Court ruling in support of parliamentary sovereignty is giving Theresa May’s government a headache or two.