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Europe Politics

The Island of the blessed — Cameron and the Panama papers

Cameron has to beat tax evasion charges if he is to maintain credibility ahead of the Brexit referendum.

Europe Politics

Popular votes risk European unity

Popular votes are a threat to European unity as EU citizens are growing weary of the continental bloc. By using them, national governments risk accelerating the collapse of the European

Economics Europe

Why Brexit is better for Britain

In this debate, GRI asked whether or not the UK should leave the EU. Mikala Sorensen argues that the past years have given rise to a feeling among Britons that

Europe Politics

EU deal won’t impact Brexit decision

The UK has obtained some important concessions from the EU ahead – and because – of its Brexit referendum. The deal Cameron brought back from Brussels improves the terms of

Finance Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Governor to add to Brexit debate. Chinese government signals growth may slow. Primaries test Attack-Trump’s success. Syria talks resume. ECB issues rate decision. All in the Weekly Risk Outlook. Bank of England Governor

Europe Politics

Brexit: what could go wrong for Cameron?

A letter laying out EU proposals for convincing the UK to stay in the EU opens a new phase in negotiations that should ultimately lead to the kick-off of the

Europe Politics

What to expect in Europe in 2016

In addition to the continuation of current crises, Europe will face new matters of contention in 2016. Nationalism and fragmentation within the EU will keep growing, including on the Brexit

International Politics

Interview: Dr. Rachel Kleinfeld on US foreign policy, corruption, and rule of law

  Dr. Rachel Kleinfeld, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Founding CEO of the Truman National Security Project, sat down with GRI to discuss US foreign policy,

International Security

David Cameron’s calculated gamble in Syria

In deciding to extend the aerial campaign against Islamic State across the Iraqi-Syrian border, David Cameron’s government has thrown its weight behind the US-led strategy of containment. The hope is

Economics Europe

Challenges for UK ‘golden era’ ties with China

Last week, Xi Jinping concluded his first official visit to the UK. The tour ended with a series of deals worth $60 billion. While business investors are looking to deepen trade