After years of negotiation, the post-Brexit trade agreement leaves unresolved questions about the future of Britain’s relationship with the EU and the deeply rooted divisions that brought about the 2016 referendum result.
As negotiations continue to be frustratingly unsuccessful, the possibility of a no-deal Brexit threatens to revert Northern Ireland to its violent past.
In response to a rapidly-changing world, populists offer an old-fashioned, powerful, and impossible solution: sovereignty.
Cade Stone compares the border wall, Brexit, and the 2020 presidential contenders with an eye towards how campaign promises become policy.
One of our Foreign Affairs editors analyzes the current state of #Brexit in Parliament.