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Brexit's False Democracy

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Demonstrators gesture outside the Houses of Parliament during a protest aimed at showing London's solidarity with the European Union following the recent EU referendum, in central London, Britain, June 28, 2016.
Brexit's False Democracy
What the Vote Really Revealed
By Kathleen R. McNamara
Turkish army commandos walk on a snow-capped summit in the mountains near the southeastern Turkish town of Sirnak, bordering northern Iraq, February 24, 2008.
Turkey Beyond Borders
A History of Ankara's Attempts to Control the Frontier
By Ryan Gingeras
A scrabble board spells out Brexit in Dublin, Ireland, May 2016.
The Irish Question
The Consequences of Brexit
By Henry Farrell
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Demonstrators wave flags of Mexico and the United States and cheer at a planned protest near downtown San Diego, California, May 1, 2006.
Advantage, America
What Obama Should Do at the North American Leaders' Summit
By Tom Donilon
Refugees and migrants struggle to jump off an overcrowded dinghy on the Greek island of Lesbos, after crossing in rough seas from the Turkish coast, October 2015.
Europe's Failed Refugee Policy
The Crisis in the Mediterranean Continues
By Megan Greene and R. Daniel Kelemen
Capitalism in Crisis
Three recent books collectively offer a biography of capitalism: where it came from, what went wrong, and where it may be going in a world of stagnant living standards, widening inequality, and rising carbon emissions. The picture they paint is bleak, featuring tension between the imperatives of markets and the desires of publics.
By Mark Blyth
Berlin's Brexit Blues
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has taken a less sentimental approach to Brexit and has vowed, even in the face of anti-euro sentiment at home, to take things "step by step."
By Parke Nicholson
Turkey's Wolf Pack
If, as now seems likely, Akşener or another capable candidate takes the helm of the MHP, Turkey’s national politics could change.
By Selim Koru
The Many Africas
Three recent books seek to replace the caricatures of Africa’s economic performance with more accurate pictures. The continent that emerges from their pages is one of remarkable energy, creativity, and opportunity, in spite of the grave challenges it continues to face.
By Ian H. Solomon
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