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Domestic Travails of Competing Nationalisms: A Mess Called Brexit

The foundation of England’s Imperial Empire abroad was sound governance based on ethnic kingship.  The old maxim of divide and conquer had limited yet profound appeal for imperial Brits; the crude Darwinian calculus used to determine British interests abroad, especially … Continue reading

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Theresa May’s Home Run @Dispatch Box

This week saw the resurgence of two significant components of political life on display when England’s new Prime Minister approached the Dispatch Box for question time:  rhetoric and applied effort. Although our founders knew the fragility of Parliaments, having chosen a … Continue reading

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