The Brexit Diary: Monday’s “meaningful vote” in the House of Commons

By Hashim Ahmed After three years and four months of toing and froing, is the Brexit saga finally coming to an end? Prime Minister Johnson is expected to hold a ‘meaningful vote’ in the House of Commons on Monday 21st, October, with view to ratifying his re-negotiated deal with the European Union. It will be … Continue reading The Brexit Diary: Monday’s “meaningful vote” in the House of Commons

EU-China can set a ​standard for global governance

By Cristina Font Published: Global Times 19/07/2018 For the last few days, US President Donald Trump has been creating one controversy after another all along his trip through Europe. During the NATO summit in Brussels, Trump neither followed the standard protocol nor the agenda of the event. His complaints against Europe continued in London before … Continue reading EU-China can set a ​standard for global governance

China ties can promote European integration

By Cristina Font Published: Global Times, 12/07/2018 Nowadays, no one would refute that China has a growing global influence. And, the fact scares the European Union. Last year, Europeans did not have it easy. They have actually been beset with a number of problems such as Brexit, the rise of right-wing populism, the refugee crisis … Continue reading China ties can promote European integration

West Europe should shake off their concerns with China

By Cristina Font Haro Published: CGTN, 09/07/2018 Cooperation between China and Europe continues to move forward. As it has been done since 2012, the last week saw the celebration of the 7th edition of the ’16 plus 1’ conference. The meeting counted with the presence of highlighted leaders from China and sixteen Central and Eastern … Continue reading West Europe should shake off their concerns with China

Europe sails without a humanitarian goal

By Cristina Font Haro Published: Global Times 05/07/2018 While half of the world is focused on the release of the white paper about China's relationship with the WTO, the other half has been occupied with migration as countries are struggling over which member was in charge of sheltering the illegal immigrants who were shipwrecked. The … Continue reading Europe sails without a humanitarian goal