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Stefan Auer reviews Brexit in History: Sovereignty or a European Union?, by Beatrice Heuser.
Owners of a company Russian President Vladimir Putin confiscated for political reasons have finally extracted justice from a court in the West. But Russia is unlikely to respect the ruling. Nor is it likely to respect international law.
Following Brexit, the UK will need to adopt a flexible approach in its foreign and security policy.
NATO’s Trident Juncture 2018 military exercise has served to solidify ties between member states, but the Alliance remains vulnerable in the eventuality of a military confrontation from Russia.
Joel Rogers de Waal
British voters are vulnerably ignorant about the authority to go to war.
Veerle Nouwens and Cathy Haenlein
China appears to be reigning in its distant water fishing fleet. This is good news for environmental protection, but China watchers should pay attention to the potential knock-on effects.
J Simon Rofe
In a period of heightened tensions between North and South Korea, the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang represent an opportunity for the disarming power of sport diplomacy to take centre ice.
Christoph Meyer reviews Framing the EU Global Strategy: A Stronger Europe in a Fragile World, by Nathalie Tocci
By giving a clearer voice to the Global South, the UN can be revitalised and strengthened from within, and avoid the fate of its predecessor, the League of Nations, in being relegated to obscurity.