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.
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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.
In the wake of the Brexit vote, Germany is increasingly willing to assume responsibility for the grand edifices of Western cooperation through the UN, the EU and NATO.
Six scholars reflect on what lies ahead for European security and defense taking different countries’ strategic interests as their analytical starting point.
In a time of contested facts and ‘fake news’, librarians could make a worthwhile contribution to discussion of Brexit by assisting with the negotiation of meaning.
Stereotypes commonly occurring in the British press go at the expense of people’s opportunities to inform themselves about the EU.
It would be beyond ironic if the decision to reclaim ‘sovereignty’ through Brexit were to result in secession of Scotland.
For more than half a century the EU has been a beacon of multilateralism. Post-Brexit Europe could become a beacon of disintegration and nationalism.
This new blog focuses on the geopolitical implications of Britain’s decision to leave the EU, providing a forum for critical analysis and discussion of diverse global issues and outlooks on Brexit.
Brexit is merely an early skirmish in the battle for Europe. Further conflicts are coming.
People are no longer interested in facts. Post-truth politics is advancing, as seen in Trump’s presidential race in the USA and the Brexit shock.