The Brexit Muddle

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The British flag is raised in front of the European Commission headquarters ahead of the visit of British Prime Minister David Cameron to the European Commission, in Brussels, Belgium, 16 February 2016.

The Brexit Muddle


LAGUNA BEACH – During a recent visit to the United Kingdom, I was struck by the extent to which the question of whether the country should remain in the European Union is dominating the media, boardroom discussions, and dinner conversations. While slogans and sound bites capture most of the attention, deeper issues in play leave the outcome of the June 23 referendum subject to a high degree of uncertainty – so much so that a single event could end up hijacking the decision.
Of course, the most ...


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