Foreign Policy

France and Ireland Work To Strengthen Ties As Brexit Looms

With the October 31st  deadline fast-approaching, and political chaos engulfing the UK in the shape of a maverick administration and…

Tension Builds Between Greece and Turkey, Amid Surge of Migrants on Greece’s Shores

Germany’s Interior Minister called for Greece to expedite migrant deportations back to Turkey and to stem the tide of migration…

Taking Centre-Stage in International Diplomacy, France Attempts to Salvage Iran Deal

In an effort to preserve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), often called “the Iran deal”, France is seeking…

Will the Honeymoon Last? Italy Hopes for Political Stability

Italy narrowly avoided another election. The centre-left Democratic Party and anti-establishment 5-Stars Movement came together to reinstate Giuseppe Conte and…

Is a “No-Deal” Brexit in the Bag?

It’s been a very interesting few weeks for Boris Johnson. The UK’s newly minted Prime Minister, keen on seeing Brexit…

Spain and Portugal Lead EU Security Assistance as Morocco Seeks to Boost Security

Morocco and Spain have a complicated relationship, from the origins of the political enigma that is the Western Sahara to…

France Leads the Way in European Moves to Increase Space Capabilities

With considerable recent media coverage surrounding the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landings, it’s worth remembering that space…

Salvini Bet It All. Then He Lost.

Matteo Salvini had a wish. One week ago, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigned, bringing Italy’s slow-rolling political uncertainty into…

Can France get Brazil to Fall in Line?

The world has watched in horror as the Amazon burns while Brazil’s president Jair Bolsonaro refused to do anything about…

Difficulties Persist in Uniting a Divided Cyprus

On August 9th, the leaders of split Cyprus agreed to meet in a UN compound in the buffer zone in…
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