- Daily Brief
- May 27, 2019
As the US-China trade war gathers pace, both powers have been courting Europe, and especially Italy.
One of Putin’s goals is the destabilization of the European Union. With Hungary, he is succeeding.
With populist and far-right parties expected to gain seats, the next parliament will be strongly divided.
Despite the merits of the proposal, Belgrade and Pristina are a long way from reaching a deal.
The Ukrainian church’s separation from Russia will not be an amicable divorce.
Voters have a once in a generation opportunity to put to rest the longstanding name dispute.
France’s centrist leader is struggling to maintain support for his ambitious reform program.
Canberra’s hardline immigration approach has been touted as a model but obstacles remain.
The new government must find allies in parliament — and quickly — if it hopes to retain power.
French President Macron called populism a disease — soon after populists took power in Rome.
The deal will collapse when European companies, under threat of US sanctions, leave Iran.
The battle for Polish democracy has shifted to the EU budget – but the threat may ring hollow.