The recent vote for the UK to leave the European Union was not just about the EU, but disaffection with the political system.
Congratulations, Brexit voters. You got what you wanted and opened the proverbial Pandora's Box. Now you get to own the consequences of your actions.
By Peter Michel, Harvard Business School Class of 2017 & Harbus Contributing Writer If Britain's relevance dictates that
LONDON, May 10 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday ruled out giving Scotland another independence
The biggest predicament facing the European Union (EU) is visibility. Across Europe, populist parties on the right and the left end of the political spectrum point towards the European Union as the source of economic and social problems.
Ahead of Thursday's historic vote, Obama tweeted his hopes that the UK would remain "strong, robust and united." Obama congratulated
The overwhelming majority of the British media celebrated on Friday morning when the Scottish people voted to remain part
One simple question deserves one simple answer. Should Scotland be an independent country? With a miniature sharpened pencil -- the kind you're given at a miniature golf course -- I could put a big "X" to indicate "Yes" or "No."
Today's the big day! All across Scotland, people are voting on whether or not to declare independence from the rest of the
Obama said he hopes the UK remains "strong, robust and united." The Scottish independence vote takes place Thursday, Sept