What do Boris Johnson and David Davis’ resignations mean for PM May and Brexit?

What do the resignations of Ministers Boris Johnson and David Davis mean for PM Theresa May domestically and what does it mean for Brexit negotiations with the EU? Read few comments.


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What does Eurozone need?

While hardly a big reform of Eurozone Franco-German plan still faces opposition, see e. g. https://www.ft.com/content/ 19eba02a-75fd-11e8-b326-75a27d 27ea5f In your opinion what are the most important concrete step Eurozone should focus on, and why? Read few comments.


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EU and migration: Is it an acute problem?

It seems that the EU states are focusing on stopping migrants from reaching out Europe. But is this really an acute problem, or not, and why? Should focus be on people who are already in Europe? Read few comments.
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Brexit: Running out of time?

How much do you think we are running out of time regarding striking a meaningful Brexit deal? Read few comments.


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Camps, hubs, disembarkation platforms for migrants: Will this work?

What do you think about the idea of so called “disembarkation platforms” in north Africa and elsewhere to decide asylum requests before claimants get to Europe. Seems to me it is on the edge of international law and what does it solve for the EU, and what kind of reaction do you expect from the states in north? Read few comments.
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How unusual is US Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell?

Germany has asked the U.S. government to clarify remarks by US ambassador to Berlin Richard Grenell about empowering other conservatives in Europe. He gave an interview to Breitbart. How (un)usual would such statement be for any US ambassador, what kind of effect this might have Europe-US relations? Read few comments.

U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell. Credit: https://www.state.gov

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Will transatlantic relations continue to deteriorate?

Are Trump’s tariffs a reason for serious concerns regarding US-EU relations? Where are we heading, towards more confrontation with some political, security consequences or this is perhaps an exaggeration? Read few comments.

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and US President Donald Trump. Credit: www.nato.int

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