The Brexiting Edition

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Posted on June 24, 2016

David Cameron Was a Historic and Disastrous Failure ~The prime minister wanted to modernize the Tory Party and unify the United Kingdom. He accomplished exactly the opposite | Foreign Policy

Will parliament try to foil Brexit? ~Even after a general election most MPs would favour Remain. They need a way to balance their consciences with the will of the people | The Times

A tragic split ~How to minimise the damage of Britain’s senseless, self-inflicted blow | The Economist

Britain Votes to Stand Alone | The New Yorker

Britain Brexits. Good | The American Conservative

Trump and Brexit: Right-wing populism of the two is rooted more in base nationalism than in economic insecurity ~Donald Trump and Nigel Farage have much in common: disdain for immigrants and extreme nationalism | The Salon

Is there any way Britain can stay in the EU? |

Possible names for EU exits for all members of the EU | Quartz

Celeste Headlee: 10 ways to have a better conversation | TED Talk |

The British are frantically Googling what the E.U. is, hours after voting to leave it | Washington Post

Obama Names LGBT Landmark As National Monument | NPR

Keep Norwegian Weird ~How do you preserve a language while still letting it grow? | Hazlitt

The State of the Domestic Goddess ~Every era gets the domestic goddesses it deserves, and in 2016, we have Gwyneth Paltrow and Chrissy Teigen | Eater

The Future of Cities | Guernica

The Ghosts of Fukushima ~It’s been five years since the meltdown forced them to abandon their village. Now they’re going home. Can a town devastated by nuclear disaster be brought back to life? | New Republic

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