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Johnson Set to Defy Ban on No-Deal Brexit and Fight on in Court
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Johnson Set to Defy Ban on No-Deal Brexit and Fight on in Court
September 15, 2019

Rumours in government have it that Johnson would prefer to lose at every stage and be remembered as the PM who fought for democracy to the bitter end.

Could Brexit Leave the UK Vulnerable to Pressure From US Hawks?
September 2, 2019

By unyoking London from Europe, a no deal Brexit would unleash a titanic shift in global alliances that could strengthen Washington’s hand and help it achieve its “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran.

Could Brexit Leave the UK Vulnerable to Pressure From US Hawks?
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Brexit Britain – The Serious Question of Becoming a Failed State
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Brexit Britain – The Serious Question of Becoming a Failed State
August 25, 2019

Britain has been backed into a corner with no good exit points to choose from. According to many experts, Britain will need to slash public services, raise the national debt and/or national taxes (or a combination thereof) to pay for the problems that Brexit brings.

Russia-Europe Relations Should Not Be up in the Air
August 20, 2019

From menacing a Russian airliner in international airspace, to manipulating a news item about a Russian aircraft accident, the western establishment is demonstrating its taste for confrontation rather than conciliation. But it is time to think more positively.

Russia-Europe Relations Should Not Be up in the Air
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Salvini Thwarted Is Not Salvini Denied
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Salvini Thwarted Is Not Salvini Denied
August 18, 2019

Italian Interior Minister and leader of The League Matteo Salvini was thwarted in his push to get control of Italy’s fractious political landscape recently.

Germany Stalls and Europe Craters
August 11, 2019

The treaties are untouchable, precisely because Germany believes that to loosen its hold over the monetary system will be to open Pandora’s Box to the ghosts of inflation and social instability rising, to haunt us anew, Alastair Crooke writes.

Germany Stalls and Europe Craters
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Signs of Recession Are Hitting Europe – and Its New Central Bank President May Not Be up for the Challenge
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Signs of Recession Are Hitting Europe – and Its New Central Bank President May Not Be up for the Challenge
August 6, 2019

…All of which tells us that something is indeed rotten in the state of Denmark (and elsewhere), as Lagarde takes over as president of the ECB…

The Secret Bank Bailout
July 8, 2019

50 billion euros in Greece, 70 billion euros in Ireland, 40 billion euros in Spain – one Euro-country after another is forced to support its banks with huge sums of money in order to equalize the losses incurred by money worldwide from bad loans.

The Secret Bank Bailout
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