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Transatlantic Must-Reads

Friday June 24th, 2016

We have woken up in a different country, Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian
Brexit: The Reality, Robin Niblett, Chatham House
Who will be our next Prime Minister as David Cameron resigns following EU Referendum defeat? Michael Wilkinson, Telegraph
If you’re young and angry about the EU referendum, you’re right to be, Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett, The Guardian
How Brexit should be done, John Springford, Prospect
6 takeaways on Britain’s shock vote, Tom McTague, Politico Europe
Britain’s Out. Now what? Politico
How the UK exit will work, Nicholas Hirst, Politico Europe
Scottish leader vows to seek second independence referendum, James McAuley, Washington Post
‘Brexit’ Opens Uncertain Chapter in Britain’s Storied History, Steven Erlanger, NY Times
Britain’s decision to leave the E.U. is a warning to America, Anne Applebaum, Washington Post
British exit from the E.U. sets up a European crisis of diminished power, Anthony Faiola and Michael Birnbaum, Washington Post
A tragic split - How to minimise the damage of Britain’s senseless, self-inflicted blow, The Economist
Brexit: The foreign policy implications, Mark Leonard, ECFR
Brexit has made a second independence referendum more likely, Hamish Macdonell, Spectator

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