EU citizens head to the polls to elect a new parliament in the most important EU election in recent times. Here’s what to look out for.
Despite Trump’s apparent obsession with German cars and the German trade surplus, political support in the U.S. for a trade war against the EU is much weaker than for getting tough on China.
Look for significant noise, but not for a genuine trade war across the Atlantic.
A short eight-week delay to adjust the joint statement on post-Brexit relations accordingly would be fine for the EU27.
Macron suffered the fate of his predecessors — shortly after taking office, popularity slumps. But the worst may be over now.
Will the US and EU find a compromise on trade to avert a head-on clash?
Any final Brexit deal will come with a lot of cherry picking.
But it will be EU that will do the picking – not the UK.
Macron has two advantages over Matteo Renzi: A solid majority in parliament and the ability to give protesters some fiscal concessions.