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Professor Arthur I. Cyr writes frequent opinion pieces that are published in news outlets across the world. They cover developments in domestic and international business and economics, government and politics, defense and national security, diplomacy and international relations.
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The bitter, painful divorce between Britain and the European Union (EU) continues to grind on. This specific conflict stems from the referendum in June 2016 in the United Kingdom. There was only one main question to decide in that public vote: whether to remain in the EU or leave.
Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron took a major political gamble in calling the referendum vote. He and his party had just won a narrow but clear victory in the 2015 general election. In consequence, the political wind appeared to be strongly behind Conservative sails.