May keeps her job because nobody else is capable, or willing, to take on the impossible task of Brexit.
“Get rid of Fico” must become “Replace Fico with X”.
Apple buys Tesla and Corbyn wins the election in the UK. Some predictions for 2019.
There is no other way out of these absurd Brexit negotiations.
The fuel tax was the first thing that Macron sacrificed in an attempt to calm protests.
It sure seems like there is plenty for the G20 to talk about.
The time to speak up was in 2015 and 2016. Lajčák didn’t, because it wasn’t career-friendly.
While real estate bubbles in the US, Greece and Spain were partial causes of global crisis, irresponsible lending was also rife in places you hear little about.
Quite a lot of the conventional wisdom about the European Union is simply wrong, yet political leaders across the continent continue to reinforce the public’s worst impressions.
Once association with Donald Trump is proven to be a risk for reelection rather than an asset, it is the beginning of his end.
The burden of proof must now shift to those who oppose legalisation of marijuana.
The dynamic that emerges looks almost exactly like a classic problem in game theory.
Electing at least some MEPs on a cross-border basis, for example, would force candidates to articulate a vision for Europe, rather than count on preexisting party loyalties, to get elected.
The current Supreme Court battle in the US is a display of politics corrupting judicial independence, but it also shows how democracies are changing.
The problem is caused by the demand side.
Are you with Winston Churchill, beer gardens, freedom and French fries? Or do you prefer Putin, commuting to work in an icy black abyss and tyranny?
How long will it go on and how can we limit the damage?
We don’t allow five-year-olds to smoke cigarettes or juggle knives in their kindergarten. Yet, people are willing to engage in a conspiracy to avoid vaccinating their kids.
We can not pretend that EU policies addressing southern Europe’s various liquidity and budgetary crises did not contribute to the collapsing infrastructure in southern Europe.
Gas chambers were preceded by eight or so years of seemingly reasonable people trying to rationalise irrational racism.