The likelihood of a British exit from the European Union seems to be increasing — which fundamentally alters the importance of the Sept. 18 referendum on Scottish independence.
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Despite persistent and even rising anti-immigrant sentiment in much of the world, promising signs of a more enlightened approach to migration are emerging.
When Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank, publicly proclaimed that the ECB would do "whatever it takes" to ensure the future stability of the euro, the effect of his remarks was immediate and remarkable. Borrowing costs fell dramatically for the governments ...