Why the UK’s Brexit strategy is such a terrible failure diplomatically.
UK politicians should not overrate the current attempt by the EU27 to be nice to Theresa May.
Former European leaders took secret cash for their engagement in Ukraine. Will that have consequences?
The Economist’s recent feature on today’s Germany as a model for all of Europe was fake news. The signs of crisis – mainly a widespread complacency – are already visible in financial markets.
The big prize being eyed by the anti-European and xenophobic parties are the elections to the European Parliament next May.
With Brexit, the British government remains depressingly out of touch with the world.
Do the disgusting comments Boris Johnson hurled at Theresa May finally mark the end of Boris Johnson’s career in British politics? Might emigration to Trump’s America be his only option?
Timothy Garton Ash is wrong: Insisting that EU rules be followed on Brexit is neither an act of stubbornness nor a matter of vindictiveness. It is a matter of European statecraft.
There are signs of the beginning of a reset in German relations with Russia. But serious impediments to a pragmatic relationship remain.