Ylan Q. Mui, Washington Post: ‘Brexit’ could send shock waves across U.S. and global economy
Britain's departure from the European Union could send shock waves across the global economy and threaten more than a trillion dollars in investment and trade with the United States.
International policymakers are ramping up their warnings of the dangers of a British exit - popularly known as "Brexit" — from the political and economic alliance that has united Europe for the past four decades. Voters in Britain will decide whether to leave or remain in the European Union in a referendum on Thursday, but financial market volatility has already spiked as polls show a growing desire to abandon the partnership.
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Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- June 20, 2016
Even if Cameron Wins, He Loses -- Andrew Hammond, Bloomberg
Brexit’s Impact on the World Economy -- Anatole Kaletsky, Porject Syndicate
Would Airstrikes Against Assad be Lawful and Effective?: Reactions to the State “Dissent Cable” -- Ashley Deeks and Marty Lederman, Lawfare
Photographing Turkey’s Hidden War -- Jared Malsin, Time
Netanyahu Loses His Allies But Keeps His Grip on Power -- Eli Lake, Bloomberg
South China Sea: The mystery of missing books and maritime claims -- John Sudworth, BBC
Hope amid war: Why some young Afghans choose to stay -- Scott Peterson, CSM
The end of Pakistan's double-games in Afghanistan -- Helena Malikyar, Al Jazeera
Northern Afghanistan's Militancy Threat Is Rising -- Stratfor
Putin Seeks To Include China, India, Iran In Fledgling Eurasian Union -- Kenneth Rapoza, Forbes
What Russia’s Olympic ban means for Vladimir Putin -- Kimberly Marten, Washington Post
Laying Down the Gauntlet in Ukraine -- Annette Langer, Spiegel Online
China Trying to Keep Its Venezuelan Pound of Flesh -- Walter Russel Mead, American Interest
Mexico’s Cartels Are Much More Dangerous To Americans Than ISIS -- Jeremy Kryt, Daily Beast
Donald Trump's campaign is also a giant political science experiment -- Peter Grier, CSM