The challenge of writing about U.S. foreign policy in the Trump era is twofold. First, the United States does not have a foreign policy per se in the Trump era. Second, there is hardly enough time to digest President Donald Trump’s most recent missteps before a new round of scandal engulfs him.
Popular support for a “hard” Brexit has waned since the June elections, as the reality begins to sink in that the economic consequences will be severe. But all the other options come with considerable costs. So the key question remains: Will Prime Minister Theresa May be able to sell any of them to British voters?