Kosmos Energy discovered a massive natural gas field off the coast of West Africa. There was one significant obstacle: It sat on the maritime boundary of two countries that had once fought a border war. CEO Andrew Inglis tells the story to Brunswick’s Stuart Donnelly and Andrew von Kerens.
By Stuart Donnelly
04 June 2019
President Trump delivered his second State of the Union speech before both houses of Congress. In a speech that lasted 82 minutes, a subdued President Trump struck a conciliatory tone but held fast to partisan positions on immigration and abortion.
By George Little
06 February 2019
An expert panel gathered at Brunswick this morning, 16th January 2019, little more than 12 hours after the Government’s shattering 230-vote defeat over the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration enabling Brexit.
By Jon McLeod
16 January 2019
The relationship between two of the world’s most important trading powers is a complicated one and requires an equally sophisticated diplomatic approach, William Kennard, US Ambassador to the EU, tells Brunswick’s Philippe Blanchard
By Philippe Blanchard
12 June 2013
“Facts are stubborn things,” John Adams, one of America’s Founding Fathers, once famously remarked. For Alan Murray, life after The Wall Street Journal means a pursuit of pure facts, as he takes up his new role as President of the Pew Research Center.
By Darren McDermott
12 June 2013
"There's certainly an appetite to conclude. I think frankly people want to move on, and nobody wants a disorderly Brexit, it's not in the interest of the UK, it's not in the interest of the European Union either."
05 March 2019