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Brexit and the Fight against Terrorism in the United Kingdom

Brexit and the Fight against Terrorism in the United Kingdom

The exit of the UK from the EU will strengthen the resolve of the country to combat terrorism not only within its borders but within the European community as a whole.

The UK: No Longer a Benevolent Patron

The UK: No Longer a Benevolent Patron

The UK’s decision to leave the EU, in particular, has initiated a set of centrifugal forces in the relationship between the UK and its Territories.

Brexit and Arms Sales to the Philippines: A Reactive Approach to Human Rights

Brexit and Arms Sales to the Philippines: A Reactive Approach to Human Rights

While difficult to prove that UK weapons are directly used to human suffering in the Philippines, there is a possibility that they were directly or indirectly used.

In Varietate Concordia: How Path Dependency Affects the Brexit Negotiations

In Varietate Concordia: How Path Dependency Affects the Brexit Negotiations

Britain has been, to quote Stephen George, an ‘awkward partner’ with warm feelings for European integration only present among pockets of society.

Interview – Rebecca Adler-Nissen

Interview – Rebecca Adler-Nissen

Prof. Adler-Nissen discusses recent changes in international and EU diplomacy, concepts of stigmatisation and misrecognition, a ‘practice turn’ in EU studies and Brexit.

Brexit: Halfway In, Halfway Out

Brexit: Halfway In, Halfway Out

Much has been done and there will be a lot of pressure to reach an agreed withdrawal, but the hurdles are likely to make for another fraught year in British politics.

Image by Si Longworth

Anglo-French Defence Relations are Crucial for European Defence after Brexit

Following Brexit, The UK must strengthen its image abroad through the maintenance of international order and European defence through increased partnership with France.

Europe in 2018: Renaissance or plus Ça Change?

Europe in 2018: Renaissance or plus Ça Change?

Forthcoming posts will include military cooperation between Britain and her neighbours, upcoming elections across Europe, and of course the ongoing saga of Brexit itself.

What Is Sovereignty? Lessons from the UK

What Is Sovereignty? Lessons from the UK

As Britain embarks to find a new place in the world and as other powers vow to defend their sovereignty, the world seems even more confused and the debate remains open.

Image by © European Union 2016 - European Parliament

Lex Specialis and the Interpretation of Article 50 TEU

Article 50 of the TEU must be applied complementarily with other treaties, otherwise, conflicts arise between international law and the limited provisions in Article 50.

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