It was thought that the Remain campaign were delivered a fatal blow after the voting registration crashed due to high demand minutes before the deadline at midnight on Tuesday.
With the United Kingdom fast approaching its referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union, the rift between the Prime Minister and his backbenchers continues to widen.
Robert D. Kaplan provides a refreshing overview of the geopolitical context of Greece’s financial crisis (WSJ, June 30; July 2 p. 16). His analysis is accurate but some points are missing.
On Nov 9 Reuters published an article quoting senior EU officials involved in gas negotiations. The bottom line: It’s worse than expected.
Elections in Ukraine are over, old problems start hurting again. The optimistic bubble blown up during election campaign bursts. And the public goes back to normal, defining its role in a armed society.