A series of major summits have come and gone and the problem of migration persists. Until the European Union and groups such as the G20 or G7 commit to real and immediate policy changes, ad hoc deal-making will remain the norm.
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The importance of this mission to Europe’s long-term success in Chancellor Merkel’s mind represents why the Chancellor and President Trump have developed such a fraught relationship.Read more
The very best in writing from the wonky world this week.Read more
We want to wish a very happy Fathers Day to all our readers around the world who are dads or love theirs! – Charles Johnson, Editor-in-Chief Why the U.S. Needs its own BBC, James Kirchick, GQ Magazine To many Americans, left and right, the idea of state media produces a visceral reaction. However, the state-funded BBC in the U.K.Read more
After discussion with the Ramen IR staff, we have decided to make Cup of News a weekly endeavor rather than two products per week. We feel it is more in the spirit of the goals of the website to take a more in-depth look at the week’s news after the best analysts have had time to digest events. Furthermore, Ramen IRRead more
Both the NATO and G7 meeting should have presented Mr. Trump with an easy win, Instead, President Trump has accelerated the erosion of American influence by further incentivizing traditional allies to look elsewhere.Read more
How to Revive TTIP, Anthony Gardner, Politico Europe “We need to treat TTIP like a political campaign, not just a trade negotiation. Simple falsehoods peddled on social media trump complex truths, especially when these truths are packaged as dry studies” writes the former American ambassador to the European Union in this comprehensive argument for more open Transatlantic tradeRead more