Tag Archives: Europe

Europe after Brexit

Europe: Escaping the jaws of Brexit, by David Lea. The rhetoric from the triumphant Brexit camp was clear on 24 June. The EU, long susceptible to decay, was now condemned to collapse and the UK was better off out. This was a statement for our times, where all setbacks are viewed as catastrophes. But amid…
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US-Russia relations

US-Russia relations: The art of the deal, by Emily Ferris. Against a backdrop of difficult relations between the West and Russia, Trump’s oft-repeated comment “Wouldn’t it be nice if we got along with Russia?” drew much attention and a significant amount of criticism. A career businessman who capitalised on his position as a political outsider…
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The US-Russia cyber rivalry

The US-Russia cyber rivalry: Between the virtual and the real, by Emily Ferris and Oliver Fairbank. US-Russia relations – never smooth at the best of times – have been especially fraught since Russia’s annexation of Crimea and military intervention in eastern Ukraine. As tempers flare and sanctions fly, relations have been particularly strained in the…
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