The tens of thousands of Americans who rest in Europe’s cemeteries are a silent testament to just how intertwined our prosperity and security truly are.
Miserably stupid berk:
In this complicated, connected world, the challenges facing the EU – migration, economic inequality, the threats of terrorism and climate change – are the same challenges facing the United States and other nations. And in today’s world, even as we all cherish our sovereignty, the nations who wield their influence most effectively are the nations that do it through the collective action that today’s challenges demand.
The logic of that is that the US should join the EU, isn’t it? Or do we agree that it is not necessary to be part of the same nation state in order to cooperate in which case Britain doesn’t need to be in the EU to do so, does it?