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Opportunities Asia Post Brexit If only you would accept democracy

Opportunities Asia Post Brexit If only you would accept democracy

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Opportunities Asia Post Brexit: If only you would accept democracy

On Brexit, the views of the 48% must be respected too. That's democracy

A “People's Vote” on Brexit – be careful what you wish for

Before the EU referendum of 2016, voters received no clear indication of what the different Brexit options were

Why the Singapore model won't work for the UK post-Brexit

Brexit concept

The German Marshall Fund of the United States

Where should Britain go post-Brexit? Eight foreign secretaries respond

Two Brexit Flops Cost the UK Billions & Have Put Britain Years Behind Schedule

If we make post-Brexit trade deals with China and India, don't expect Britain to come out on top

Brexit, Parliament and the British Constitution: why a People's Vote is the only legitimate constitutional means of resolving Brexit. "

Brexit brought democracy back – now we need to start listening to each other

This week, MPs were due to vote on whether to endorse Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal agreement. However, the vote was deferred in the face of fears that ...

UK grapples with post-Brexit Asian ambition

Not strong or stable.

The DUP hasn't scuppered 'soft Brexit'. In fact, that's what its sensible wing wants

Nobody wants this Brexit - it's time to grow up, and ditch this miscarriage of democracy

Matteo Salvini speaks during an anti-immigration protest in October 2014 in Milan. Long

I've negotiated with the EU – and I know we can still stop Brexit

Juncker turns away from the world's media on Friday, 24 June, after taking just two questions on Brexit. He answered one with just a single word.

Detail of a postal vote ballot paper for the forthcoming EU referendum is seen in London

The House of Lords is leaping to the defence of UK democracy

Is Poland a failing democracy?

John Bercow's decision endangers the office of Speaker, and our democracy

GSP = Generalized System of Preferences; EBA = Everything But Arms; AA = Association Agreements; DCFTA = Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas; ...

Brexit has left Northern Ireland's Chinese community confused and divided, much like the rest of Britain

The shambles of Brexit diverts attention from the EU's democratic deficit

A second Brexit referendum is now essential. If democracy ...

Deeper into democracy: the legitimacy of challenging Brexit's majoritarian mandate

The Straits Times · Asia

Britain's Roma community fears post-Brexit future

Three Reasons Why the EU Matters to Central Asia

South Korean Democracy: Consolidated or Not?

Europe's democratic challenge: in search of government

Here are the dozens of democracies that have elected a female leader

Where Brexit will hurt most in Europe

Impakter Essay: Why A Referendum is a Bad Idea

Democracy in Southeast Asia: A Conversation Between Michael Vatikiotis and Bridget Welsh

The 'People's Vote' march was democracy at its best and worst

Brexit news - India and China

Who Should we Blame if Democracy Ends? Interview with David Runciman | Reset Dialogues on Civilizations | a venue for all tribes

Could China's System Replace Democracy?

The UK Parliament and the Brexit Withdrawal Negotiations | IAI Istituto Affari Internazionali

Brexit: what consequences for the EU policies after the referendum's shocking results?

May confirmed in Parliament that she would adhere to this. Amid the confusion there appears to be six potential outcomes, some of which could occur ...

Michel Barnier, Europe's Chief Brexit negotiator

International trade implications post-Brexit

After watching Brexit, other European countries say: No, thanks.

Post-Brexit: What could a transformative, values-based EU and UK partnership in Foreign Policy look like?

Brexit is not the will of the British people – it never has been | LSE BREXIT

Brexit countdown: Have minds changed?

Photo by George Murkin/Policy Institute at King's

In case of a no-deal Brexit, British citizens could be subject to additional ...

Who needs democracy when you have data?

Protestor flags fly opposite the Houses of Parliament in London on Thursday, April 11,

The UK government has rejected a parliamentary committee's call for a levy on social media firms to fund digital literacy lessons to combat the impact of ...

Why the Brexit referendum shows us direct democracy fails

Screenshot of the UK Parliament website page on the revoke Article 50 petition, which has

As the world's biggest celebration of democracy gets underway with the seven-phased Indian General Election, here is a wide-angle view on why a Brexit-weary ...

Brexit is not the will of the British people – it never has been

Bangladesh: end of democracy

BREXIT ANGER: Fury as Germany's SPD blames UK exit on 'upper-class kids and populism'

A spectre is haunting communism – the spectre of Europe. Lenin would have surely thought the class divide which currently spans UK politics to hold enormous ...

RT: Theresa May Brexit vote Parliament 190115

Democratic Socialism or Social Democracy?

British PM May cautions of 'catastrophe' if Brexit plan rejected

Why Britons Should Vote to Leave the EU

UK no-confidence debate: What May's friends and foes said

The chief censor and the chief protagonist were hope and fear in the minds of reporters and editors.”

Protestors hold flags during a pro-European Union demonstration.

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Foreign Secretary Hunt: Britain's role in a post-Brexit world

A person near Big Ben uses a large Union Jack umbrella.

Donald Trump Jr. speaks during a rally before US President Donald Trump addresses the audience

Photographer Wolfgang Tillmans: 'Brexit draws on a desire to disrupt and destroy'

Some of the Facebook and Instagram ads linked to a Russian effort to disrupt the American

Brexit is good news for those in the business of war

Populists Aren't the Only Enemies of Liberal Democracy

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How ultra-remainers could score a spectacular own goal on Brexit

The collapse of Democracy in Poland: What it Means for Europe

CIDOB Barcelona Centre for International Affairs

Graphic - British PM Theresa May's careeer

I met one Polish woman who told me she was practically the only foreigner in town. And when ...

Why taking the UK government to court was necessary and democratic

FPC Briefing: The Authoritarian-Populist Wave, Assertive China and a Post- Brexit World Order

European leaders take part in the opening session of the EU summit in Sibiu in central

British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks in the House of Commons in London after losing a vote on her Brexit plan on Tuesday. | AP

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