Foreign Policy

The United States Re-Imposes Sanctions on Iran, While France Leads Europe in Trying to Find a Work-Around

The USA has officially exited the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly referred to as “the Iran deal”. Their…

As Brexit Looms, Progress is Made on Overseas Territories in Spain and Cyprus

Only five months remain until Britain exits the EU, and while a free-trade deal still remains to be seen, a…

The Republic of North Macedonia: FYROM Chooses a Change

Last week, the parliament of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia proposed that the country change its name to the…

Greece & FYROM’s Reconciliation Efforts Could Win PMs a Nobel Peace Prize

The Greek and Macedonian prime ministers, Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev, are being considered for the Nobel Peace Prize on…

NATO Summit Shows US-EU Defence Relations Remain Strong, Despite Rhetoric & Tension in Other Areas

Transatlantic relations seem to be at a lower point than most. The latest example is the tensions between U.S. President…

New French-led Defence Initiative Aims to Address Security Threats to Southern Europe

Ahead of the NATO summit in Brussels this week (July 11-12), nine EU member states – including Spain and Portugal…

NATO Summit Aims to Strengthen Stability

NATO nations will convene in two weeks, July 11 and 12, at the organisation’s headquarters in Brussels to discuss the…

Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Reach Historic Agreement Over Name Change

On Tuesday evening it was announced that the Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, and his Macedonian counterpart, Zoran Zaev, had…

PESCO: Southern EU Countries Head Up New European Defence Projects

The European Union is embarking on its latest and most serious drive for deeper integration in defence and security. In…

Macron and Merkel Embrace EU Leadership in Recent Visits to the U.S.

French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel both visited the United States last week, in two separate trips…
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