The Conversation | A draft agreement on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union has been reached between representatives of both sides, alongside an Outline Political Declaration on a future relationship. It remains to be seen whether the British government is able to survive, and gain parliamentary support for the deal. Here, though, academic experts consider what adoption of the 585-page draft Withdrawal Agreement would mean. Read about its implications for Northern Ireland, citizens, sovereignty, the transition, the UK economy and the EU.Read More
Xavier Colás (Moscow) | Very affected by US sanctions, Russia has embarked on a de-dollarization plan up to 2024 and discounts paying EU members in euros. But the volatility of the rouble disrupts the road map.