The slide toward full authoritarianism in Hungary—a member of the European Union—has now witnessed the first university ever expelled from an EU member state
As with many recent terrorist attacks in the European Union and the United States, the 2017 string of attacks in the U.K. was jarring. The threat of small-scale but devastating terrorist attacks by either a small cell or a lone actor has been elevated in the West since 2015, when the so-called Islamic State began conducting operations outside of its territory with attacks in Paris, Brussels, and elsewhere.
The meeting that took place over the weekend between President Trump and President Xi, set against the backdrop of the G-20 in Argentina, presented both leaders with an opportunity to reframe deteriorating Sino-U.S. relations along a more positive trajectory
Like most intrastate conflicts, the Syrian civil war is complex. This includes not only geopolitical complexities, compounded by the involvement of powerful nation states (Russia, the U.S., Iran, Turkey), but also challenges associated with properly monitoring the disbursement of development aid
There is growing opposition to the agreement between the EU and the UK over the latter’s withdrawal from the union on March 29, 2019