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Europe’s biggest threat

Without reform, the EU risks falling prey to a populist uprising

UK, Newcastle upon Tyne: English Defense league (EDL) members march while doing the nazi salute during an anti-immigration rally on June 25, 2016 in Newcastle upon Tyne, one day after the historic referendum that saw the leave win by 52%.NEWZULU/David Whinham

Britain’s referendum laid bare the extent to which society—across Europe—is deeply divided between those who have prospered from globalisation and those who…

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