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Analysing UK-EU relations

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Britain’s Brexit Strategy: Lions Misled by Donkeys

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Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech in Florence was intended to move forward stalled Brexit negotiations. But as I argue in this post that first appeared on the Dahrendorf Blog, Britain has found itself running into numerous problems with Brexit because its strategy for exiting the EU has been a textbook example of failed strategic thinking. […]

A Brexit summer reading guide

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Have you been struggling to keep up with all the new books on Brexit? Were you secretly planning to spend your summer holiday catching up on some of them? OK – perhaps not. But if you were, then here to help is a guide on what to take away with you to the beach or pool to […]

Britain and the EU: a Question of International Relations

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In his Chatham House speech setting out the UK’s demands for a renegotiated relationship, David Cameron argued Britain’s EU membership is not merely a question of jobs and trade but of national security. Eurosceptics argue Britain’s leaders have too often allowed such foreign policy concerns to be put before domestic priorities, especially economic and democratic needs. Recent events in […]

How the EU responds to a British withdrawal will be determined by five key factors

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How might the EU respond to the unprecedented event of a Brexit? Its response will be defined by 5 I’s: ideas, interests, institutions, the international, and individuals. Looking at these 5 I’s also sheds light on various theoretical approaches to understanding Brexit. How would the rest of the EU respond to a British vote to […]

More literature on Brexit and the UK-EU renegotiation

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Plenty of literature coming out on the UK-EU relationship. Here I’ll quickly list four reports. In January of this year the Czech EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy published a policy brief on what the EU can do to contain the risk of Brexit: http://www.europeum.org/en/eu-politics-and-institutions/107-analyses-articles-comments/2306-jan-vaska-what-can-the-eu-do-to-contain-the-risk-of-the-brexit The LSE’s EUROPP blog is publishing a series I’m compiling made up of […]

European thinking on its British Question

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Welcome to the Brexit Blog. This blog is not simply about British debates over the UK’s future in the EU. It is more about what Britain’s debate, attempted renegotiation, referendum and the outcome of that referendum could mean for the rest of Europe. As a start I’ve compiled below an overview of the literature that exists […]

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