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Chapter 20 - The never-ending Brexit?

Brexit / BOOK
Fabian Zuleeg , Larissa Brunner

Date: 17/04/2019
Larissa Brunner and Fabian Zuleeg dare to look into the future and predict what it might hold for the UK-EU relationship. They argue that, even after the United Kingdom’s (UK) exit from the EU, Brexit will not disappear from the Union’s agenda – if anything, it will become even more important. The EU institutions and member states will not only have to deal with immediate day-to-day issues such as the EU-UK trade negotiations but also with more strategic questions on the future relationship between the EU and the UK and the broader implications of the divorce for the Union’s role in the world and its own future architecture.

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