[John Bruton] Can a chaotic "Crash Out" Brexit in December 2020 be avoided?
[John Bruton] The EU’s strategic weight in the world will be reduced by the absence of the UK, as the EU is losing a relatively young, diverse and creative member state.
[Simi Garewal] Poor people are perhaps more concerned about the adverse affects of climate change, but what's lacking is their participation to save our planet from such adverse affects.
A 'Northern Ireland only' backstop would not protect Republic of Ireland's trade with Britain which is more valuable than trade across the border with Northern Ireland.
USA's growing desperation to end the Afghan war – driven by the understanding of 'costs versus benefits' of the longdrawn conflict – would bring about a positive result for achieving peace in not-so-distant future.
Employees face many problems in the modern-day open space workplaces. There are several alternatives (and solutions) that might help.
China’s increasing unfair economic domination on African economy, market and products as well as Chinese cultural hegemony have the potential to undermine African identify, sovereignty and development in long-term.
[John Bruton] Ukrainian leaders are using the goal of EU membership as the spur to get their voters to accept uncomfortable reforms.
After four years of war, many wonder what actually caused the parties to enter into a conflict that both sides are now finding hard to end.
If the British alternatives to backstop are all that good, why can they not live with the backstop until the alternatives are agreed?