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The Global Reconstitution of Borders: A Five-part Symposium

The Global Reconstitution of Borders: A Five-part Symposium

Borders both constitute and personify political communities, simultaneously symbolizing their cohesiveness and embodying their separateness from (and fear of) ‘others’.

Brexit: The 1975 and 2016 Referenda Compared

Brexit: The 1975 and 2016 Referenda Compared

If the past is any guide opinion will continue to swing as the effects of BREXIT unfold but these effects are as obscure as those of the decision to remain were in 1975.

Brexit: The View from Germany

Brexit: The View from Germany

With Britain departing from the Union, the EU finds itself in a position where everything points to a reinforcement of German dominance.

Brexit: The View from Norway

Brexit: The View from Norway

Brexit is a symptom of the same kind of inward-looking spirit that has characterised Norway ever since it refused to join the EU almost half a century ago.

Brexit: The View from Japan (or the “Tokyo Consensus”)

Brexit: The View from Japan (or the “Tokyo Consensus”)

The benefits of Brexit for Japan, which are largely geo-political, could offset its costs, which are mostly economic.

Populism Marches On

Populism Marches On

The Dutch election is neither a victory for liberalism nor a victory for racism, but a victory for frustration, anger, anxiety and resentment.

Interview – Anand Menon

Interview – Anand Menon

Anand Menon discusses linkages between domestic politics and international relations, the impact of Brexit on EU politics, and the disruptive rise of Eurosceptic parties.

Brexit: The View from India

Brexit: The View from India

London’s ability to secure a trade deal with India has been complicated by an issue at the heart of the Brexit debate: immigration.

Why the 2017 Dutch Elections Will Not Kick-off a “Patriotic Spring”

Why the 2017 Dutch Elections Will Not Kick-off a “Patriotic Spring”

The Dutch elections will not lead to the start of a “patriotic spring” of the European populist far right, but may instead signal a rebalancing of European politics.

The Nationalist International: Is There a Brown Network in the Making?

The Nationalist International: Is There a Brown Network in the Making?

Because of divergent nationalist agendas, the creation of a stable and unified alliance between right-wing populist parties seems highly unlikely.

UK Overseas Territories and Brexit

UK Overseas Territories and Brexit

Concerns remain that the territories could find themselves attached to a weaker and more isolated UK, which may well damage their own future security and prosperity.

Does Brexit Herald a Re-assertion of the Nation-state?

Does Brexit Herald a Re-assertion of the Nation-state?

When it comes to a re-assertion of nations, states or nation-states we may not see clear or uniform patterns.

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