The Rumors Have Been Exaggerated

Two new books, by Edward Luce and Bill Emmott, are part of a larger trend of writers and pundits overstating the decline of western liberalism.

By Charles Kenny

What Happened Yesterday in Britain?

The UK's election results were proof, once again, that the only certainty in today's political climate is uncertainty.

By Harris Beider

Disunited Kingdom

Brexit and the rise of far-right parties are only the conclusion of a decades-long weakening of British and European political parties.

By Henry Farrell

Trump, Brexit—The West in Crisis

Unless the left can speak more directly to citizens on economics, politics, and nationhood, we're in for a long slog.

By Ed Miliband

Europe After Brexit: In Defense of the UK

The United Kingdom is far from the only country to blame for the EU’s problems—nor will it be the source of the Union’s disintegration or reform.

By Anand Menon