Support for global cooperation has significantly eroded in the last years, raising key challenges for the future of international organisations and the current multilateral system broadly defined. Yet, as the world is facing the threat of Covid19, can one imagine a...
S'il entend laisser une trace dans l'histoire, le président Macron devra changer tout à la fois de méthode, et démontrer sa capacité à faire évoluer une doctrine dépassée et dangereuse. Par Marc Finaud, ancien diplomate, et Grégoire Mallard, professeur de sociologie...
After months of ironclad refusal to reopen negotiations, the EU had to admit that its solution to prevent to hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland – the infamous backstop provision to seal off, if needed, the Irish island from British mainland – would...
Defeat in the House of Commons of the proposed Withdrawal Agreement between the UK and the EU was largely expected. And defeat there was, to an unprecedented extent in the House of Commons’ history. As we now stand very close to the chosen deadline of 29 March 2019...
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