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Has Obama Done ‘Too Little’ Abroad?

The assessment that Obama has done "too little" abroad is at odds with Obama's record of frequent activism.

The EU Should Learn from Its Defeat, But Probably Won’t

It is rare for a political class to respond to popular repudiation with introspection.

‘Brexit’ and the Myopic EU Leadership

Eurocrats created the conditions that made "Brexit" possible, and ultimately they have no one to blame but themselves.

‘Brexit’ and a Lesson in Coalition Politics

Different factions are going to end up on the same side of a debate for all sorts of reasons.

The Post‘s ‘Antidote’ for a Democratic Election

It is telling that the Post thinks that there needs to be an "antidote" to a democratic decision by the citizens of a close ally.

The Leave Win Doesn’t Presage a Trump Victory

It would be a mistake to see the success of the Leave campaign as a sign that Trump is capable of pulling off something similar.

‘Brexit’ and Elite Failure

The same democratic deficit that motivated many people in the U.K. to vote Leave is the very thing that critics of the referendum result want to increase.

Cameron’s Failure

In both the Scottish and EU referendums, Cameron miscalculated about as badly as one can.

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

How fear won in Britain. Freddy Gray reflects on the fear-mongering from …

Why Did Britain Vote to Leave?

Decades of neglect and contempt that so many politicians showed their voters came back to bite the political class at the most critical moment.

Some Implications of the Leave Win

Instead of quashing his Euroskeptic detractors, Cameron presided over their greatest success to date.

The Indefensible U.S.-Backed War on Yemen Continues

Backing the Saudi-led war is morally abhorrent and one of the worst foreign policy decisions of this century.

‘Brexit’ and the Unappealing EU

When the status quo option involves something as unappealing as the EU, it would be very tempting for most people to repudiate it.

Rubio’s Running Again

Rubio will have a hard time defending his record of neglecting his job.

Will the EU Learn Anything from a ‘Brexit’ Vote?

EU leaders will almost certainly greet a "Brexit" vote with dismay, anger, and increased contempt for voters.

Calling for Military Action Isn’t ‘Speaking Truth to Power’

Nothing could be easier or more predictable for someone in our government than calling for U.S. airstrikes against another state.

The EU’s Days of ‘Ever Closer Union’ May Be Over

There is no appetite anywhere in Europe for "ever closer union."

How Threat Inflation Works

Threat inflaters always look for ways to take normal, self-interested behavior and make it seem especially sinister and extraordinarily dangerous.

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