Life after ‘Brexit’ will not be tea and crumpets

Let me preface this by saying that London is probably my favorite city in the world. Not just London. Bath. Stratford-upon-Avon. The Cotswolds. The many places I haven’t yet been to but have only read about in scores of British mysteries, Jane Austen, tales of Robin Hood and King Arthur. Spy stories, from Ian Fleming […]

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Why Britain’s possible ‘Brexit’ from the EU matters to the U.S.

Let’s turn away from the national obsession that is the 2016 U.S. presidential election to look at another contest the world is watching. In two months, citizens of the United Kingdom will be asked to vote on a major question regarding their future—should the UK stay in the European Union? Campaigning has officially begun for […]

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