A tougher ‘New Normal’ for European-China relations?
Despite declining sentiment towards China among European publics, until a few weeks ago, China’s relations with most European states were, if not cordial, certainly moderate in comparison with Sino-U.S. relations.
On December 30, 2020, Chinese and European Union officials announced a...
Postcard from Strasbourg by Richard Steel
There was no tearful singing of Auld Lang Syne this time as MEPs voted on the final act of the Brexit melodrama. While the deal can now formally come into force, the consequences are still being played out and a complex governance structure aimed at overseeing implementation...
EU AI Regulation: What is at stake?
The much-anticipated proposal for EU regulation on Artificial Intelligence was published on 21st April. Presented as the first regulation on AI ever, it is a clear sign of the EU seeking to obtain first mover advantage by doing what it does best: using its clout as a large market and its...
Interel Appoints New UK Leadership to Drive New Phase of Growth
New leadership at Interel UK
Katherine Morgan becomes Managing Partner and Will Wallace Deputy Managing Partner
Appointments follow a period of rapid expansion with 20 new market-leading clients in the past year and establishment of Digital and Corporate Comms practices
21st April 2021...