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Leveraging Leave

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After a pro-EU public event in London, June 2016.
Leveraging Leave
The Pragmatic Case for Voting for Brexit
By Douglas Murray
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Drunk Politics
Jordan's Pragmatism in Syria
How It Became a Reliable Partner to Washington
By Steven Simon and James Fromson
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Berlin's Brexit Blues
A Plan to Keep Calm and Carry On
By Parke Nicholson
Businessmen hold balloons forming the word that reads 'Corruption' during a protest by members of the Mexican Employers' Confederation (COPARMEX) to demand senators to approve the original proposal of the National Anticorruption System, at the Angel of In
Fighting Corruption in Mexico
Taking It to the People
By Duncan Wood
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Brexit Backlash
Understanding why a stable country such as the United Kingdom could devolve into violence over the Brexit referendum requires reflecting on how the country grew so divided in the first place.
By Jonathan Hopkin
Ukraine's Fog of War
Four myths surround the war in Ukraine, and taint the world's understanding of what the conflict is, and isn't.
By Taras Kuzio
Britain’s Point of No Return
Any outcome short of a decisive victory for the “remain” camp on Thursday will leave the United Kingdom deeply divided and badly bruised.
By Matthias Matthijs
Congo's Kabila Problem
The United States has a number of tools at its disposal to pressure Congo's Joseph Kabila to relinquish power. But so far, it has chosen not to use them.
By John Prendergast and Sasha Lezhnev
Hamas and Egypt Make Amends?
Egypt and Hamas continue to have fundamentally divergent interests, ones that don’t lend themselves to quick fixes.
By Oren Kessler and Grant Rumley
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