Once the U.K. is out, the fundamental principle of free movement will no longer apply
Has Brexit paved the way for the decline of one of the EU’s most dynamic economies and the end of London’s reign as a global financial center?
Innovations frequently face high barriers to implementation, with governments sometimes banning new technologies outright
Xenophobia and the far right may big the biggest threat to security and could boost ISIS
Referendums aren’t binding. Just ask the Greeks, who voted to reject EU austerity measures and then saw their government cave anyway
How to minimise the damage of Britain’s senseless, self-inflicted blow
Years after promising democratic reforms, Bahrain’s government is going after its critics with a new vigor. How long will London and Washington hold their tongues?
Haider al-Abadi says Iraqi forces will soon raise the flag in Islamic State-controlled Mosul
The basics of what happens next are outlined in Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty
. The European migration crisis and the Brexit debate fed on each other
It is unfair to dismiss concerns about globalization as unfounded
The decision to leave the EU will dominate British national life for the next decade, if not longer
Did the UK’s population really know what they were voting on? Absolutely not
Carelessness is another culprit. Half of the Arab world’s modern cities are, in effect, unplanned
Technological diffusion can be constrained on both the demand and supply sides of the economy