Britain's PM Theresa May is under fire for apparently using the fight against terrorism as a "Brexit" bargaining chip. That sparked an angry reaction from some EU officials, who said security was too important to be used in trade negotiations.
With Brexit looming and crisis unfolding in Catalonia, the EU is in need of a renewed sense of unity. Will the Permanent Defense Cooperation reinvigorate European identity or merely paper over the cracks?
Theresa May could have been handed a poisoned chalice by promising a parliamentary vote on a Brexit deal. Her position is starting to look increasingly weak, Barbara Wesel writes.
Over 80 percent of Poles support EU membership, but the Law and Justice Party has halted the country's integration into the bloc. As PiS puts it, the European Union is a necessary evil — one to be handled with hostility.
Negotiations for the first post-Brexit EU budget will start in 2018. Germany will be the biggest contributor to the budget. Will it use its leverage to make recalcitrant member states like Poland behave differently?
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