America and China seem to be able to trade without 50,000 apparatchiks pulling strings behind the scenes.
Larssen wrote:On the miniscule possibility that the EU will dissolve without any regional forum replacing some of its functions, the basic prerequisite would be that we have to throw all sense and logic to the wind. You have no idea in how many ways EU-wide policies and legislation are tied up in daily life. They're part of every industry from telecom to food supply and logistics, to economic policy etc. The easiest route, Dilbert, would be to maintain or reincorporate some of those arrangements in a new institution. A total collapse to pre-WW2 politics is like a return to the dark ages and a surefire way to repeat the 20th century. But oh well I guess 'we can just u know cooperate', real big brain stuff there.
Its not easy but its also not impossible.
Epstein didn't kill himself