European populism is partially a symptom of the EU’s fatal flaws. We were lucky to escape in 2016, but for the nations who remain, Britain’s role should be that of helpful friend, not mischief-maker.
The global rebound in 2021 was 6.1 per cen,t and this year the IMF expects global growth of 3.2 per cent followed by 2.9 per cent next. These forecasts may prove optimistic.
It is an essential British interest that Putin’s efforts to split Germany, France and Italy from the front line states fails.
One controversy may be considered to be a misfortune, two looks like carelessness and three suggests a pattern of behaviour.
Both the mid-terms and the 2024 presidential race increasingly look like uphill struggles for the incumbent party.
Germany, Hungary, Italy and Bulgaria are highly dependent on Russian gas exports, raising the prospect of bitter arguments to come.
This move also stems from the primary objective of post-war British foreign policy: keeping in with the Americans.
In a region where there are multiple opposing camps, it navigates by dealing with any and everyone.
Be ready too, for him to surprise by doing less than expected, in the hope that the more skittish members of the Alliance peel off.
The question is why the UK is being so timid. is it Johnson, ministers or the Blob? Let’s consider the options.
The mainstream reaction to the idea of her comeback is incredulity. But she could easily become the Democrats’ best hope.
Let’s slow things down, ensure a more joined up approach, and co-create policy with business to get back on track.
Our columnist provides the second piece in our series this week about Brexit – almost a year since the end of transition.
With polls showing a worried public, how can it be that Democrats still flirt with the idea of taking money away from police departments?
If Americans face shortages this holiday season, the hunt for a scapegoat will be on.