As a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, the EU is taking things personally.
Many are calling for the UK Prime Minister’s ouster. But the problem is Brexit itself, not any one leader.
After two years of spitting in their faces, President Trump is finding it hard to get America’s European allies to come to his aid.
With just over two months to go until the March 29th deadline, British Prime Minister Theresa May is no closer to a Brexit deal.
The American withdrawal from the I.N.F. Treaty gives Vladimir Putin exactly what he wants.
Theresa May survived the Labour Party’s call for a no-confidence vote, but the future for her and for her country remain as hazy as ever.
Theresa May is likely to survive today’s no confidence vote, but what happens after that is unclear given that changes to her Brexit deal seem unlikely.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal suffered the worst defeat in the modern history of the British Parliament, and nobody is sure what happens next.
Later today, Theresa May’s Brexit deal will face a decisive vote in the House of Commons in a vote that could have implications for May’s own hold on power.
In a move that is likely to have political and international consequences, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church has officially severed ties with Moscow.
British Prime Minister Theresa May survived an intra-party leadership challenge, but her political position is still far from secure.
French President Emmanuel Macron made several concessions to the Yellow Vest protesters but it remains to be seen if this will be enough to quell the protests.
Theresa May is facing an unexpected challenge to her leadership even as she deals with trying to save a Brexit deal that nobody seems to like.
Theresa May is trying to save a Brexit deal that appears to be becoming more doomed by the day.
Europe’s highest Court appeared to hand the United Kingdom a way of escaping Brexit altogether if it chose to go that route. This will greatly complicate the domestic political situation for Theresa May.
French authorities are investigating reports that Russian interference may be helping to exploit and expand the five-week-old “yellow vest” protests.
Moscow continues using information warfare to sow division in Western society.
Protests that have killed four and injured hundreds have been rewarded and show no sign of ending.
Notwithstanding the temptation to do something, both the United States and NATO need to resist the temptation to get involved in the latest conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
President Trump has canceled a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin over the recent confrontation between Russia and Ukraine in the Black Sea.
The European Union has approved the final Brexit deal negotiated with Theresa May’s government, but the final chapter has yet to be written.
The Scots want to stop Brexit, but it’s not clear they have the power to stop it.
As Brexit hangs by a thread in the United Kingdom, the European Union makes clear that renegotiation of the agreement that has been reached is a non-starter.
Theresa May’s government is barely hanging on to power thanks to Brexit negotiations that clearly seem to be headed for disaster.
President Trump recently blamed former President Obama for “losing” Crimea. It was never ours to lose.
One hundred years after the end of World War One, the forces that led to it are waking up from a long slumber.
British voters appear to be regretting their decision to leave the European Union, but it may be too late to stop the process.
Europe has abandoned centuries-old laws against blasphemy, but the assault on so-called “hate speech” threatens to effectively bring them back.
In another sign of the rapid secularization taking place in that country, Irish voters last weekend voted to rescind the nation’s centuries-old, albeit not recently enforced, law against blasphemy.
Angela Merkel announced yesterday that she would step aside as Chancellor at the end of her current term. What that means for the short and long term future of Germany and Europe is unclear.
Measles cases are on the rise in Europe due to the fact that, despite all the evidence to the contrary, people still believe the lies of the anti-vaccination movement.
The dispute over Ukraine between the Russian Orthodox Church and the Orthodox Patriarch is widening and nearing the point of a complete break.
The Ukrainian branch of the Russian Orthodox Church is pushing for independence. Church leaders in Moscow are not too happy about this.
The three-decade-old name dispute between Greece and the former Yugoslav state of Macedonia remains unresolved after Sunday’s referendum.
Last week, the Polish President floated the idea of a permanent U.S. military base in Poland. It’s a bad idea no matter how you look at it.
British authorities have charged two members of Russian military intelligence in connection with a poisoning attack on British attack.
There’s no real plan and nobody appears to know what waits on the other side, but the United Kingdom continues to meander towards Brexit.
A new study finds that a majority of the UK population—and of UK Parliamentary seats—support remaining in EU.
President Trump and the President of the European Commission announced an agreement late yesterday on trade issues, but it’s long on promises and short on results.
We still don’t know what President Trump and Vladimir Putin talked about or agreed to during their two-hour meeting on Monday.
The Office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller has issued indictments against twelve Russian intelligence officials for election-related hacking, and in the process has shown most of the arguments made by the President and his surrogates regarding the Russia investigation are nonsense.
Not surprisingly, the President’s visit to the United Kingdom wasn’t exactly diplomatic, or even borderline polite.
The NATO Summit is going about as well as can be expected.
On the eve of the NATO Summit, President Trump continues to engage in tactics that seem to serve no purpose other than to undermine America’s most important and successful alliance.
With Brexit negotiations proceeding slowly, Theresa May loses her Brexit Minister and, more significantly, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who is likely to become one of her leading critics inside the Conservative Party going forward.