This June, Britain voted to leave the European Union and a number of policy and organizational issues have since arisen. This week, Britain’s High Court decided that they would need a vote in parliament to finalize talks about the divorce. Supporters of Brexit are now worried that the parliament will vote to stay in the EU and their efforts will be in vain. The US responded this week by encouraging  a “smooth, pragmatic, transparent and productive” exit. The US has offered considerable advice and assistance in the matter. The question boils down to the United States’ interference in foreign matters. How involved do we want to be? How involved should we be?

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