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Brexit: Mission Impossible?

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A narrow-minded Brexit is doomed to fail

Shanker Singham, CapX

The Government's approach to trade after Brexit should minimise disruptions while maximising opportunities. If the UK remains in the EU's regulatory orbit, it will miss out on any possible upside from leaving the EU. Getting Brexit right will be difficult, but not, as many claim, impossible.

Can Qatar become a better neighbour?

Kyle Orton, CapX

When Qatar was subject to a boycott from its neighbours earlier this year, the early analysis framed the row in terms of Saudi-Iran relations. It is now clear that the problem was the state's support for terrorists and radicals - a wrong the Qataris appear to be in no rush to right. With both sides dug in, there is no end to the dispute in sight.

The Waze dilemma

Oren Dori, Haaretz

Waze, the Israeli navigation app of choice for Uber drivers that was sold to Google for $1 billion in 2013, is saving more and more drivers valuable time (see Stat of the Day). The app's growing popularity poses an interesting philosophical question: should it prioritise what is best for individual drivers, or deliver directions that serve the greater good?

Rachel Maclean, CapX

Last week, Conservative MP Rachel Maclean made headlines for claiming there was nothing wrong with a 65-year-old taking an apprenticeship. Her argument was called 'out of touch', but as someone who knows how hard it is to enter a new profession, she stands by her comments. Why slam the door in someone's face because of their age?

The economic consequences of revolutions

Theresa Finley, Raphael Franck, Noel Johnson, Stelious Michalopoulos, Vox EU

Revolutions bring swift political change and considerable economic disruption in the short-run. The long-run implications of major upheavals are less clear. But even though the consequences of the French Revolution remain hotly contested, they could still shed light on the economic effects of other uprisings.

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And if you want more...

- Free Exchange: Oliver Letwin on the battle for the soul of Conservatism (CapX)
- What if Labour gave up on its Leave voters? (Politico)
- The politics of Russia's 2018 World Cup poster (Quartz)
- How Maduro borrows from Mugabe's playbook (PIIE)


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