The odds that the UK and the EU will reach full, or even much, agreement within the breakneck timetable imposed by London do not look good
Democratic backsliding and constitutional crises could await if the wheels come off Boris Johnson’s Brexit bandwagon.
The UK Ministry of Defence has shown a chronic lack of decision discipline, sometimes undermining its role in joint European projects
Boris Johnson could prove to be more Trump than Trump. But he may yet face resistance to turning Britain into “Singapore-on-Thames”
NATO leaders should put the US security guarantee at the heart of this week’s summit. The fractious meeting that results could even be a good thing for Europe.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems to have the momentum to get his Brexit deal over the line – and to follow up with a general election triumph while the electorate are still sighing with relief
The UK’s European partners should grant it another extension in the Brexit negotiations. The horror show of the last three years has deflated much of the public’s belief in British exceptionalism.
A new directorate-general for defence and space has a chance to make a difference, but only if it plays nice in the sandbox
Europeans have responded to the death of the INF treaty with seeming indifference - and are expressing their reluctance to accept that nuclear issues are back on the agenda
'European army' is an empty phrase; what is actually needed is less talk and more action - more concrete projects to integrate defence efforts while avoiding careless talk