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The Brits have voted themselves out of the European Union. Now pressure to reform the EU is growing on Brussels and Berlin, Philipp Rotmann, a political scientist at the Global Public Policy Institute, tells DW.
The German Martin Roth is the director of the world's leading museum of art and design, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Regardless of the results of the Brexit referendum, he sees the whole debate as toxic.
Emergency welfare brakes, "never closer union," safeguards for the pound - is the UK seeking to take the EU menu à la carte, yet again? In truth, the reforms are modest and in large part meaningless, argues Mark Hallam.
Pakistani author Mohsin Hamid believes it's important for writers to help society imagine radical, optimistic new futures. He spoke with DW about his latest book, "Exit West," a story about migration and basic humanity.
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