Michael GoldfarbDecember 21, 2012 06:30
LONDON — In the EU and in the Middle East, 2013 appears to be shaping up as a year of ongoing processes: More euro zone muddling toward closer union; more disappointments for secular democrats in Arab countries; more hysteria from Israel about the Iranian nuclear threat, with no military action. But in the part of the world I report on, a great, shapeless miasma has come to define daily life. The big question on my mind is: can Britain's coalition government survive? By all rights it shouldn't.