Brexit ultimately decided that being British was defined by “not being European,” reflecting a toxic cocktail of middle class economic discontent, nationalism, and xenophobia.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
European states have generally executed restraint when it comes to the disputes over the sovereignty of the South China Sea, which is what makes France’s forceful late entry into the debate an interesting occurrence, although timely and legitimate.Read more
New Analysis Paper: Why would Boko Haram inflict the most pain on the very state that provides its center of operations, when its purported mission applies to the country as a whole? One can approach this question using System Justification Theory.Read more
Thanks to this outlier of an election, we can look at what the two parties’ presumptive nominees would do with European security and NATO, and how the big talk of a campaign does not necessarily translate into action when a new administration takes office.Read more