Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Saving BUB - beau...
The baggage you have at home that you thought you could outrun? I know you didn't purposefully pack it, but, trust me, its DEFINITELY coming with you, so hope you packed light.
If Britain is in crisis by November's elections, that could be good news for the US. Voters might be more risk averse. But the immediate silver lining for anyone who does not want a Trump presidency is a blueprint for how not to persuade the discontented.
To the liberals among us, we too have become addicted it seems, to the reality show that is Trump. We can talk to each other to humiliate him in our heads, or can we talk to each other so we can talk out loud about interrupting humiliation as a game.
Let's connect and organically granulate in and grow a future that serves us best and oust those above us who have been absolutely corrupted by power and have caused an absence and the abscess at the core of leadership in the world."
The parallels between the intense economic concerns and nationalistic motives behind the Brexit vote, and the sentiment that's fueling Trump's incendiary campaign, are more than worth noting. To be sure, what happened across the Atlantic could very well happen here. Think about that for a second.
Rome--There has been much checkbook rattling in Europe in response to Great Britain's decision to abandon the European Union with cries that the UK mu...
'Brexit' bears too much resemblance to the 'Arab Spring' - and unfortunately - this is not meant in a good way.
While staying in the EU would not have guaranteed an easy or predictable road for the UK, Brexit has killed the business-as-usual future. In the new bigger picture, the key uncertainties turn around the dynamics of the exit negotiation table and the evolution of the broader international context.
It was never about Great Britain; it was always at its kernel about England. There was always a primal, nativist, historically-seated English antipathy to Europe and by extension to the European project.
And indeed I think that Israel's lack of vision is already creating the analogue of Brexit: As Peter Beinart has been arguing for years, the younger generation of American Jews, who are overwhelmingly liberal and cosmopolitan in outlook, are progressively disengaging from an Israel, with which they cannot identify, and whose values they do not share.
As the world reels from the once improbable unraveling of the European Union and the United Kingdom, grim prognostications of the economic and political fallout betray a more immediate and ominous lesson.
On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom held a historic referendum on its future in the European Union (EU). Although the Leave campaign’s victory ...
It used to be the case that moving around for jobs was reserved to European elites. No longer. I recently came across a young Frenchman from the Banlieue on the Eurostar who could not get a job in Paris and now drives public transport buses in London instead.
LONDON -- Brexit, a revolt against cosmopolitan "Cool Britannia," will be remembered as an early step in the unraveling of the EU and the shift of global economic activity toward Asia.
American media pundits and government elites are upset by the close vote of the British people to leave the European Union. News story after news story give the impression that the British people are to blame for leaving and could create world economic havoc. But they are not to blame.