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4/3/22 | Serbia’s Days of Hedging Between the EU and Russia Might Be Over
An analysis of how the war in Ukraine is likely to force Serbia to pick sides between the EU and Russia.

16/12/19 | Why Boris Johnson’s election victory could create more instability for the UK
An analysis of what Boris Johnson’s thumping general election victory could mean for the future of the UK.

18/11/19 | Will Boris Johnson’s Brexit gamble cost him the UK elections?
An analysis of the challenges that Boris Johnson’s Conservative party must overcome if it is to win a parliamentary majority in the 2019 General Election.

8/10/19 | From fringe to fault line: how British Euroscepticism became Brexit
A long read on the history of the Eurosceptic movement in Britain, from Margaret Thatcher to Brexit.

24/7/19 | Can Boris Johnson survive contact with Brexit reality?
An analysis of the challenges facing Boris Johnson premiership if he is to keep his promise of dragging the UK out of the EU by October 31.

16/7/19 | Who would really benefit from a freeze on EU enlargement in the Balkans?
An analysis of how blocking EU accession to the West Balkan Six invites the influence of Russia, China, Turkey and the Gulf states into the region.

18/6/19 | Why the Labour Party shouldn’t fear Brexit firebrand Farage
An analysis of the rise of Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party and what it means for the electoral prospects of Britain’s two established parties.

04/6/19 | Britain’s Labour party has tried to appeal to everyone on Brexit – and failed
An analysis of how Labour’s Brexit triangulation strategy led it to a spectacular defeat in the 2019 European parliamentary elections.

14/5/19 | Two decades after the fall of Milosevic, dictatorship is returning to Serbia
A long read on how Slobodan Milosevic’s state apparatus returned to government in Serbia.

23/1/19 | Why Britain’s Labour party is locked into a broken strategy on Brexit
An analysis of Jeremy Corbyn’s Brexit strategy, which attempts to triangulate between Labour-voting Leavers and Remainers.

12/6/18 | Why Britain’s Conservatives cannot shake the ‘nasty party’ label
A long read on David Cameron’s failed attempt to modernise the British Conservative party.

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