A British “no” to remaining in the EU would spell ruin for a bloc so adrift and divided that its influence is rapidly diminishing.
The UK’s latest security and defense review is more coherent and ambitious than the previous version. But will Britain’s capabilities match its ambitions?
As populism has grown in many EU countries, demands have proliferated for referenda to check European integration. The pressure for more direct democracy is stepping up.
The debate on the future of the UK’s relationship with the EU matters to Turkey—and will matter even more so if in the wake of a possible Brexit.
Britain’s prime minister has set out the terms for his country remaining in the EU. Some EU member states might actually welcome them.
Every week, a selection of leading experts answer a new question from Judy Dempsey on the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world.
As America grapples with its place in the world, there are lessons to be drawn from Britain.
The British government is leading the country inexorably out of the EU. That would have serious geostrategic consequences for Britain, Europe, and Ireland.
The BBC is the voice of liberty and democracy around the world. Reforming the corporation is a matter of concern not just for audiences but also for foreign policy pundits.
If the UK leaves the EU, that might also be a game changer for Ankara. But a partnership short of membership could fail to drive further political reforms in Turkey.