Allowing bailout in Italy is the lesser of two evils. A bailout has its costs, but the costs of enforcing a bail-in are more destructive and far-reaching.
The PCA’s ruling has brought about increased tensions around the rocks in the South China Sea, even if they lead to some kind of negotiation.
The slashing of oil exports to Cuba and the renegotiation of Chinese loans-for-oil illustrate the discreet and declining charm of Venezuelan oil diplomacy.
Despite of Brexit, desire is growing in the EU for greater military autonomy, certainly, but it is also becoming more focused on the Atlantic.
The Brexit vote has wrought so much devastation on the British political stage that it is not inconceivable that it will never happen.
Since 1972, 58 referendums have been held on the EU and Europe. In the case of Brexit there will also be consequences, and much more profound.
This short piece aims at assessing (very preliminary) the impact of the EU Referendum held in the UK on the global presence of the European Union.
The so-called far right is currently present in most of the EU’s national parliaments. What are the reasons for this over the past five years in Europe?