The departure of the UK from the EU would be a blow to the EU’s strategic capabilities. Special action is required to help London over the hump.
Why Britain needs to pause Article 50, prepare a second referendum and think of Japan’s economic fate.
The uncertainty around Brexit is worsening the UK migration balance with the EU. This can have negative consequences for the British labor market.
How the deep forces of British history, from royalism and classism to nationalism and imperialism, combined to trigger the Brexit moment.
Dealing in alternate realities is a tricky business. As is often noted, predictions are hard, especially about the future.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s belief is that Europe is the problem, not the answer.
Any final Brexit deal will come with a lot of cherry picking.
But it will be EU that will do the picking – not the UK.
It seems less likely by the day that Britain can solve its Brexit problem in an orderly parliamentary process. The question is whether there are other options.