Emile Simpson

Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Research Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School of Government and author of War From the Ground Up: Twenty-First-Century Combat as Politics

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We continue our discussion of Britain’s historic exit from the EU -- how this has shaken the world markets, has far-reaching economic repercussions for Europe and the US, and what this…

The World Reels from Historic Exit

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