Beyond Brexit?: How to Assess the UK’s Future
Policy Press, 28 feb. 2017 - 128 páginas
As the UK negotiates Brexit, what are the effects, implications and challenges that lie ahead? Janice Morphet takes a long term view on the range of institutional and operational options that may be deployed by the UK, EU and other international institutions seeking to influence the negotiations and outcome. The book offers a context for the current debate and a new framework with which to assess and discuss the forthcoming negotiations taking into account the likely effects on the UK of forthcoming EU policies, and an analysis of the implications of policies foregone. The book includes discussion of what Brexit means for the devolved nations, and the island of Ireland, where the Good Friday agreement and border management are serious enough to give pause to the whole process.
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two What does the EU do for the UK and the UK for the EU?
three What are the options for future UKEU institutional relationships?
four What immediate actions does the UK need to take?
five Beyond Brexit what will stay the same?
six Beyond Brexit what will be lost?
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