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Author Archives: William Rutherford

In the aftermath of Brexit vote, implications are staggering

Voters in the United Kingdom awoke with a bad hangover recently. They were dazed and angry, but mostly confused. The nation had just voted to leave the European Union. Millions of people signed a petition in protest. The opinion polls ...

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Commentary: Et tu, Italia?

When the early returns of the Italian election for prime minister came in on Feb. 25, the markets took a steep dive. Voters were asked to prolong the policies of Mario Monti, prime minister since 2011. Monti was considered a ...

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