Contemporary populists are looking backwards, hoping to fix our problems by drawing from a medical toolkit from a previous century.
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The Irish government will have to tread a careful line during the Article 50 negotiations, choosing a path that lies somewhere between the UK and the EU.
The nation-state is back. Yet, the apparent resurgence of European nation-states is about more than the practical failings of the EU or its perceived democratic deficit.
Michelle Cini discusses the impact Brexit may have on the UK and the EU, the steps the EU is taking towards reform, and provides advice for young scholars of EU politics.
The Brexit is a God-given gift for Scottish nationalists.
Although Danes have a generally positive view of the EU, Brexit may boost anti-EU forces on the political right.
Rather than the lack of administrative capacity, the absence of a clear strategy is the biggest challenge to the UK’s post-Brexit trade policy.
Britain is exiting the EU as a stronger democracy, with more liberal policies, and more stability. The EU is heading in the other direction.
Britain has a strong interest in staying in the European foreign policy club.
Brexit will neither strengthen, nor obviously weaken, the Common Security and Defence Policy. It may, however, reduce the UK’s ability to contribute to European security.
In the midst of Brexit, 2017 is the year in which the fate of the European Union will be decided.
Despite Brexit, if a threat to European interests warrants military action, in Europe’s periphery or beyond, the UK is more likely to be part of the action than not.