Britain appears to be abandoning core virtues – its ability to be ruthlessly wedded to a realistic pragmatism and its relentless pursuit of its own commercial advantage.
Cameron’s problem is not about the EU, but about Britain and the future path of his own party.
The upcoming election is the strangest in recent British political history.
It would be a geo-economic-political moment without parallel in the democratic world since 1945.
A German style solution is needed to handle the fracturing of UK politics.
British Conservatives would rather discard the European Court of Human Rights than remain members of the EU.
Britain looks to move away from Russia, but London stands in the way.
What is more likely to happen first: Greece will leave the eurozone, or Scotland will leave the UK?