Economics

Venezuela and the Blairites

I haven’t been writing as much as I should recently, and I think that’s largely because there’s simply been too much to write about. Every time I get a piece halfway to the finish line, something else drags my attention away. Traditionally, this problem has resolved itself when somebody writes something so monumentally wrongheaded that I Read More

The Unspoken Backstop

The Withdrawal Agreement has foundered, and beneath the froth and fury of Parliamentarians blaming the prime minister, the opposition, the European Research Group, the European Union, and indeed each other for the deal’s undoing, the rocks of the Irish backstop await the next unfortunate attempting to pass. The prevailing consensus is that there can be Read More