Post-Brexit Alchemy – How the UK Seizes Opportunity

Brexit was prophesied as a disaster, but Britain is sitting rather comfortably in the new European order. The United Kingdom’s (UK) withdrawal negotiations with the European Union (EU) were arduous, to say the least. Talks were characterised by intransience from Brussels and sheer immovability from the UK’s unflappable chief negotiator, David Frost. But an eleventh-hour agreement now outlines future EU-UK relations and Britain has reason to be pleased.

Russia — Putin Focuses A Full Day of Negotiation with Lukashenko

The president of Russia Vladimir Putin and the president of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko will hold the talks in Sochi this week. The talks are on the eve of the  February 23rd, which traditionally is the holiday that honors men in Russia.  Lukashenko arrived in Sochi well an advance and this is the first time, Lukashenko left Belarus after the beginning of the protests.

5 Ways Brexit Has Impacted British Imports and Exports to the EU

Ever since the UK voted to leave the EU in June 2016, British businesses have had to deal with many uncertainties. Even as Brexit drew closer, there was little indication of what form it would take, or how trade would be affected.

A withdrawal agreement which kept the UK within the EU’s single market until 31st December 2020 prevented new regulations being created during this time, and a post-Brexit trade deal was finally struck by EU and UK negotiators on December 24th 2020.