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Brexit's Lessons for ASEAN

Britain's vote to quit the European Union is seen around the world as a shock. It should not be. European voters over the years have repeatedly shown little appetite for their leaders' often-repeated goal of "closer, deeper integration." But public resistance was always ignored in favor of what became known as "the European Project."

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