March 16, 2017

Europe

March 16, 2017

Holland: populism lives, socialism dies

The results of the Dutch election don’t point to the death of populism - they point to both its growing influence and the death of the left.
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February 13, 2017

The collapse of European centre ground politics

John Redwood discusses the negative impact of EU austerity economics upon the fortunes of Europe’s once great governing parties.
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January 20, 2017

Germany’s dominance is waning

The diminution of Mrs Merkel’s power is helpful to the UK as it seeks to negotiate its future relationship with the EU on leaving, says John Redwood.
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January 2, 2017

2017: Europe primed for political earthquake

With storm clouds on the horizon, 2017 looks set to deliver a wave of new leadership across Europe, and with it a more favourable forecast for Britain’s Brexit negotiations, argues Patrick Sullivan.
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