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It’s been just over a year since the United States withdrew from the Joint Cooperative Plan of Action (JCPOA or “Iran Deal”) which it originally negotiated with Iran, the E3 (the U.K., France, and Germany), the EU, China, and Russia. Now, President Rouhani has given the remaining signatories to the JCPOA a 60-day period to demonstrate their goodwill and commitment to delivering economic relief and support for Iran’s struggling economy, per the terms of the JCPOA.
The European Union is often the subject of intense scrutiny, speculation, and deduction, but what are the key coalitions in the European Union that influence its foreign policy? International Scholar Sara Fay, Chief Editor Cameron Vaské, and our special guest Senior Policy Fellow Josef Janning at ECFR look to the future of the European Union and examine the structure and substance of Europe’s internal coalitions and foreign relations in this episode of The ITS Café.
The European Union gears up for election season as polls on the upcoming European Parliamentary Elections shed light on shifting political realities in Europe. Spain announces new general elections, and Rome and Paris trade political jabs over the Gilets Jaunes. Senior Editor Pascal Letendre-Hanns and Chief Editor Cameron Vaské examine the changing balance of political power in this episode of The ITS Café.
Following the historic defeat of May’s Brexit Deal in Parliament, what comes next for the process of Brexit? How did we get here? What will happen to Ireland and Northern Ireland? Will there be a no-deal Brexit, and what is the impact of Brexit on the European Elections? Jason Deegan, Daniel Odin Shaw, Senior Editor Pascal Letendre-Hanns, and Chief Editor Cameron Vaské explore these issues at length in The ITS Café.
Special guest Jorge Galindo of El País, Joshua Stowell of The Global Security Review, Emily Tatum, Pascal Letendre-Hanns and Cameron Vaské discuss the rise of progressives in the Democratic Party and the House of Representatives following the 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections and what it means for U.S. foreign and domestic policy.
Pascal Letendre-Hanns and Cameron Vaské discuss European Politics and the 2019 Parliamentary Elections, The Future of Brexit, and Steve Bannon's attempt to form a pan-European far-right movement. Listen in for our #FreshPerspectives.
In this archived fourth episode our ITS series on The Rise of Populism, we examine Brexit and French populist movements. What’s the future of Britain look like? How did we get to this point? Again, we ask, "What does this mean for the established parties in Europe, and the future of the European Union?" Listen in for our #FreshPerspectives.
In our third installment of the ITS series on The Rise of Populism, we examine Eastern European populism in Hungary and Poland. Is Eastern European populism a phase of growing pains for the young liberal democracies, or does it mark a permanent shift with consequences for the European Union? Listen in for our #FreshPerspectives.
In the second episode our ITS series on The Rise of Populism, we examine Spain, Germany, and Italy's populist movements. Zeroing in on Ciudadanos, Alternativ für Deutschland, and the Five Star Movement, we ask, "What does this mean for the established parties in Europe, and the future of the European Union?" Listen in for our #FreshPerspectives.