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Only the Ghost of Benjamin Disraeli Can Fix Theresa May’s Omnishambles Brexit

The winner of the battle for Britain's future, and Tory leadership, is already in its history books.

The Cable

Iraqi President Cancels U.S. Trip Over Kurdish Referendum

The moves comes as both Prime Minister Abadi and the Iraqi Supreme Court rebuked the Kurdish government.

Argument

China Looks at Western Universities and Smells Weakness

The West’s naive hopes for China have encouraged the biggest crackdown on free inquiry since the Cultural Revolution.

Argument

When (and When Not) to Fight With Fascists

Britain’s history of confrontational encounters with far-right groups shows that aggressive tactics work — but only to a point.

Voice

Brexit’s Dunkirk Fantasyland

If the cultural roots of Brexit are reduced to one sentiment, it is that Britain did not win two world wars to be run by Germany via Brussels.

The Cable

Trump Promises ‘Big’ U.K. Trade Deal. Here Are the Challenges

Disputes over chicken, beef and cars need to be ironed out before a deal can be made.

The Cable

Chickens Overshadow Trade Talks Between the U.S. and U.K.

Negotiations are just starting, but concerns over chlorine-washed poultry from America are already getting in the way.

Observation Deck

For the Love of Welsh Rarebit

In a politically correct era, is it ever OK to crave colonialist cuisine?

The Cable

As America Retreats, the World Moves Forward on Trade

American companies might not feel it yet, but they’re already falling behind their foreign competitors.

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