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Brexit poses threats, opportunities for US

The British vote imperils several American interests.

Two people hold an European Union and United Kingdom at the castle of Hardelot, the cultural center of the Entente Cordiale (the colonial-era promise of cross-channel friendship between Britain and France). Britain has voted to break out of the European Union, striking a thunderous blow against the bloc and spreading panic through world markets on June 24, 2016 as sterling collapsed to a 31-year low. / AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE HUGUENPHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images

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Can the UK get a redo?

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Leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party Nigel Farage celebrates in central London June 24 as results indicate that it looks likely the country will leave the European Union.

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Britain plays with fire, gets burned

The arguments about the Brexit were obsessed with tactics and blind to strategy.

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Build more in the middle

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Brexit —a stern rebuke to arrogant elites

The EU has not listened to its constituents and is now paying the price for its arrogance.

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Fueling the fires of a crisis at Boston Latin School

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Brexit victory is a true populist revolt

Brexit was a result of UK citizens believing that they were losing control over those governing them.

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Britain’s democratic failure

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