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Brexit

Brexit: The price of dishonesty

THE CHALLENGES OF EUROPE: The Brexit chaos seems to culminate in the British leaving the EU – now that the election of Boris Johnson is over. Brexit is the price the British have to pay for not having had an honest discussion about immigration, multiculturalism and the British Empire. But are Britain's problems unique?

What now, EEA?

: The EEA agreement is 25 years old this year. What does Europe mean for Norway, and what does President Macron say about Europe's future?

An attempt to lift Britain out of the Brexit trenches

Calypso Nicolaidis: Exodus, reckoning, sacrifice – Three meanings of Brexit

BREXIT: Exodus, reckoning, sacrifice offers a welcome and entertaining attempt to build a bridge and "reunite" a UK that is divided over Brexit.

Can the empire strike back after Brexit?

Jacob Rees-Mogg: The Victorians: Twelve Titans Who Forged Britain

NOSTALGIC IMPERIALISM: Ny Tid looks at two books with Boris Johnson's future policy in mind. Are selective and nostalgic dives into the history of the British Empire a good recipe for shaping politics or Britain's future post-Brexit?

Deep nostalgia on the border of utopianism

Simon Heffer: The Age of Decadence: Britain 1880-1914

MYTHS: Brexit's proponents have created four myths – about the empire's pride, submission, Anglo – Saxon solidarity and xenophobia.

Lykkeberg – "a democratic socialist"

Rune Lykkeberg: West to West

SUBJECT: How should we explain to our children that Trump – against the vast majority of odds – became president of the United States?

Exit Britannia

Heidi Sævareid: Life in the UK

: The United Kingdom has left the EU, but is on its way to Europe. Heidi Sævareid's infatuation with the UK has passed. Men dei bur framleis ilag. What is she doing? She brings out the humor.

Brexit: The shame of democracy

Timothy George Kelly: Brexitannia

: In this documentary we meet both people who voted for and against Britain staying in the EU, as well as experts like Noam Chomsky.

Brutal Brexit for Norway

: When the UK leaves the EU, they will also leave the EEA, and Norway will stand on its own two feet in front of its most important trading partner.

Worse shit, old wrapping 

: Ali Smith's Autumn provides a better understanding of Post-Brexit Britain than any political analysis.

The unbearable ease of politics

: Brexit in June and failed coup in Turkey in July – and vips, then the whole situation in Europe was changed beyond recognition.

The world's global banking center

: British imperialism does not end. London has become a global banking center with a focus on the world currency, the euro dollar. Brexit is clearly not changing that.