Atlantic Council

  • A Threat to May's Unrealistic Brexit Stance

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is entrapped in a maze of blind alleys, self-delusion, and bitter divisions over the United Kingdom’s future relationship with the rest of the European Union (EU) after Britain is due to leave the EU in just over a year’s time—at precisely 11:00 p.m. on March 29, 2019.

    She will try to grope her way forward in a major speech on March 2, even though she is still far from finding solutions likely to prove satisfactory to her governing Conservative Party, to Parliament, or to British voters—let alone to the EU itself.

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  • Alyahya Quoted in the New York Times on Israel-Palestine’s Relation to Saudi Arabia Visit


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  • Farkas Joins MSNBC to Discuss Trump’s Purported Leaked Intel to Russians


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  • May Hopes Snap UK Poll Will Ease Brexit

    The snap UK general election called by British Prime Minister Theresa May for June 8 is likely to strengthen her political authority and ease the tortuous negotiation of Britain's departure from the EU - provided of course she wins. All the signs are that she will.  

    The political climate is unlikely to be as favorable to May as it is now for a long time. With Brexit negotiations due to start later in June, May has a valid claim that she needs a personal and political mandate from the country to conduct the talks in the way she chooses. Equally important, much of the country has not yet woken up to the pain of Brexit that the negotiations will progressively reveal. 

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  • Pham Quoted by Newsweek on the US Military Intervention in Somalia


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  • Reginald Dale

    Reginald Dale

    Senior Fellow and Director, Transatlantic Media Network 

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