Though UK voters have changed their tune on Brexit, there is little chance that it will be reversed.
The EU does not always need more members and deeper integration. Less could be more in the end.
By moving forward with the bilateral trade deal, Japan and the EU are making clear that the global appetite for trade deals outside of the U.S. remains strong.
The Leavers’ hopes for a bilateral trade deal with the United States always seemed very iffy. After Trump’s UK visit, they are now wholly unrealistic.
What Europe earns by selling goods to the U.S., it spends on licensing fees for U.S. technology and on U.S. services. Nothing unfair here.
The upcoming European Council Summit may well focus on migration — rather than the enlargement issue.
Sorting out political Brexit, economic and commercial Brexit as well as geopolitical Brexit.
If Italy’s government tames its radical instincts it could be allowed to get away with a few things. But if it is confrontational with the EU it will be heading for trouble.
Germany’s SPD has long seen Macron as a beacon of hope. But his stance on migration policy will greatly frustrate them – and rob Angela Merkel of her European cover.