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The Greatest Threat to Britain Isn’t China or Russia, It’s Boris Johnson
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The Greatest Threat to Britain Isn’t China or Russia, It’s Boris Johnson
July 20, 2021

The problem facing all nationalist populist leaders in the world is that they promise bread and circuses for everybody, but seldom deliver them. This is true of Trump in the US and Modi in India, and is also the case for Johnson in Britain.

VIDEO: EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
May 16, 2021

It might well be Michel Bernier who emerges as a veiled presidential anti-EU runner in France’s presidential elections in 2022.

VIDEO: EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
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EU Has a New Crisis. A Frenchman Called Michel Barnier Who Has Held It to Hostage
May 15, 2021

It might well be Michel Bernier who emerges as a veiled presidential anti-EU runner in France’s presidential elections in 2022.

Why the Special Relationship Won’t Rescue Britain and Boris Johnson
March 5, 2021

For all the frantic flailing of their ministers and diplomats, the British today are irrelevant ghost-walkers in Biden’s Washington. And Boris Johnson has no one to blame for this but himself.

Why the Special Relationship Won’t Rescue Britain and Boris Johnson
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The Clash Between the UK and EU Over Northern Ireland Is a Precursor to Confrontations That Will Last Decades
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The Clash Between the UK and EU Over Northern Ireland Is a Precursor to Confrontations That Will Last Decades
February 9, 2021

A Brexiteer government and pro-Brexit media will inevitably respond by scapegoating Brussels for everything that goes wrong in Britain, accusing it of overbearing behaviour and unfair practices. They may even be right, but this will not do them any good, simply because the EU has the stronger hand of cards.

Why ‘Texit’ Is Naive at Best
January 19, 2021

Well wishing and power fantasies cannot topple geopolitical realities and the fact that Washington will simply never let a Texit take place.

Why ‘Texit’ Is Naive at Best
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Boris ‘Trilby’ Johnson Without His Svengali
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Boris ‘Trilby’ Johnson Without His Svengali
January 16, 2021

In the two months since Cummings exited 10 Downing Street with his famous cardboard box of vital data in his hands, Britain has gone down the toilet.

Brexit Was Johnson’s Churchillian Moment. So Britain Can Now Have Its Cake and Eat It?
January 12, 2021

Britain got its independence back and got the best trade deal it could hope for with Brussels. Too good to be true?

Brexit Was Johnson’s Churchillian Moment. So Britain Can Now Have Its Cake and Eat It?
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