Ex-U.S. ambassador laments 'chaos' of Trump's tariffs
Stuart Eizenstat, former U.S. ambassador to the European Union, discusses the fallout from President Donald Trump's decision to enact import tariffs on steel from Canada, Mexico, and the EU.
Eurogroup's Centeno on Italy, Spain, U.S. trade tariffs
Eurogroup President Mario Centeno discusses challenges to the Euro area from political uncertainty in Italy, a new government in Spain, and the United States imposing import tariffs on steel and aluminium from the European Union.
France's Le Maire says Trump tariffs 'unjustifiable and dangerous'
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire discusses President Donald Trump's decision to enact import tariffs on steel from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union, possible talks with the U.S over intellectual property theft, and his expectations for Italy's new government.
Trump to impose steel Tariffs on EU, Mexico, Canada
The Trump administration will impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum against the European Union, Canada, and Mexico as of June 1.
Boris Johnson warns U.K.'s May to 'Get On With It' and Deliver Brexit
U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Theresa May must “get on with” taking the U.K. out of the European Union’s trading rules as fast as possible.
Facebook moves 1.5 billion users out of reach of new EU privacy law
Facebook has moved more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of a new European Union privacy law set to take effect on May 25, Reuters reported.
No clear Brexit deal with one year to go
Nina Schick, Rasmussen Global’s director of data and polling, discusses the state of the Brexit deal with one year to go until the U.K officially exits the European Union.
Brexit: Theresa May pressed on future relationship with Europe
Theresa May acknowledged in her speech today that Britain will have less access to EU markets after Brexit. However, she also asked for some special rules to apply to the UK after Brexit. Meanwhile, Brussels says it will not accept cherry-picking.
Can Brexit be stopped?
Studies suggest that some Brits who voted to leave the European Union now regret their decision. As a result, some pro-EU activists and politicians are calling for a second referendum. But how likely is it to happen?