June 29, 2017

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Scotland Headed to a Second Independence Referendum

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The future is extremely uncertain, although once the Brexit negotiations between the UK government and the EU get properly underway there may be greater clarity as to what sort of impact that is having on opinion in Scotland, which is back in campaign mode and referendum. Read More »

Meet Theresa May, Britain’s New Prime Minister

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After the party leadership contest came to an abrupt end, the home secretary is to become the country's second woman leader. Read More »

What Will Brexit Mean for Africa?

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Britain's decision to leave the EU will fundamentally affect Africa's relationship with UK in a way that will be damaging to all. Read More »

Five Takeaways from the Spanish Election

Bittersweet result of the coalition led by Pablo Iglesias in elections in Spain. (Photo Adolfo Lujan, Creative Commons License)

The 2016 vote may have been a disappointment to Spain's insurgent progressives. But they've proven they're here to stay. Read More »

Brexit: Europe’s New Nationalism is Here to Stay

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The UK may be the first country to leave the EU but it may not be the last. All across the continent, euro skepticism is offering a new outlet for old feelings. Read More »

Why the UK’s Brexit Vote Should Matter to Americans

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Polls show voters are beginning to lean toward leaving the EU, so it's time to brush up on what will happen if there's a Brexit – and why it matters on this side of the Atlantic. Read More »

Can Greece Avoid Expulsion from Eurozone?

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What decision would Greece be challenging? It would be a decision adopted by the EU institutions and the Eurogroup finance ministers to force a Greek exit of the eurozone due to its default on fulfilling the obligations attached to its participation in the monetary union and the conditions attached to Greece’s bailout program. Read More »