Can the U.K.'s new prime minister, Boris Johnson, slay the EU and revive the Reagan-Thatcher comity?
The EU won't be able to read him. They won't like that. And they'll be rather miffed to discover that they can't help warming to him either. Most of the people who loathe him have never met him. Everyone who enters his orbit finds themselves smitten by his curious, cat-like giggling presence. He likes people. And people like him back. In that respect he's more of a Reagan than a Trump. He'll work his magic on the heads of state and the chancellors he's about to meet. By the fall, the UK will have the most popular leader in the world.