migration crisis

Britain chooses a “Hard Brexit”


British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the government’s plans for a full Brexit and plans for a new relationship with the European Union.

Theresa May has named specific next steps: withdrawing from the European market and canceling trade agreements, terminating the European Court's jurisdiction over the territory of the kingdom, and independent control over migration. However, the prime minister stressed the need for cooperation with the EU in the field of defense and security, particularly in combating terrorism and international crime.

Migrantophobia: Mogherini tries to negotiate with Eastern Europe


A summit between the head of European diplomacy, Federica Mogherini, and the heads of the foreign ministries of 16 countries is scheduled for January 29th in Warsaw. The foreign ministers  attending include the Visegrad Group - the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary - the six Balkan countries that are "seeking EU membership" - Montenegro, Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and breakaway Kosovo - as well as six other European Union countries - Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania, Slovenia, and Italy.