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Why Brexit will hurt the prospects for peace in the Middle East | Ranj Alaaldin

Leaving the EU will isolate Britain internationally and squander its historic influence – just when this region in conflict needs it most Described by some as the UK’s Arab spring, the vote for Brexit has been celebrated by its supporters as the anti-establishment, anti-status quo act that will reinvigorate the fortunes of the nation. Yet, like the Arab spring, we now know there is no plan for Brexit.
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