Once a confident nation that ran an empire on which the sun never set, Great Britain is today a fractious place, split within families, villages, Parliament and from cabinet post to cabinet post.
Meanwhile, many in Asia are shaking their heads, wondering what is going on and how much they should care about or plan for unpredictable outcomes.
Nearly three years after the UK’s referendum to leave the European Union, the issue of Britain’s place in Europe and the world remains far from decided. Both the fine-print of negotiations and aspirational rhetoric have a long way to go before the nation once again feels comfortable with itself. […]