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With the go-ahead from the House of Commons and Article 50 invocation in sight, Theresa May is in full Brexit-hawking mode. In her second major trip abroad to advertise the post-EU UK, Britain’s Prime Minister embarked on a high-profile visit to Bahrain this week to address Gulf leaders and discuss security cooperation but also, critically,… » read more

Posted by Meredith Smith

  Having been in power for less than a month, Britain’s new Prime Minister is already making an impact. To the surprise of many, Theresa May has decided to delay work on the £18bn Hinkley Point nuclear power station, much to the chagrin of Chinese and French partners on the project. The impetus for halting… » read more

Posted by Meredith Smith

    The world again turns its eyes toward Paris and the renewed resolve of many of the diplomats and delegates attending the COP21. The United Nations Climate Change Conference is set to go, despite the pall of the November 13 Paris attacks and subsequent mushrooming of terrorist threats across the EU. However, that sadness… » read more

Posted by Meredith Smith