After the storm, time for calm to consider Brexit fallout

26th June, 2016

Britain has made its decision. So, what happens now? In the aftermath of the decision by the British people to leave the European Union, it is easy to impale oneself upon ill-informed and hyperbolic conclusions.

For some, this is the beginning of the end of the European project, the first step in the deconstruction of an edifice that has grown exponentially, decade by decade, treaty by treaty. The decision by Britain, they argue, will lead...

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