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Brexit: The View from Australia

Brexit: The View from Australia

Australia’s recent integration with the Asia-Pacific region means that its dependence on the UK for the movement of goods and services is no longer as significant.

Prime Minister Theresa May meets the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko

The Prime Minister held Bi-Lateral talks with the President at Downing Street. She met him at the famous Number 10 door then held their bilateral meeting in the famous White Room

Brexit: The View from Ukraine

Brexit has the potential to bring Ukraine and the UK closer than they have ever been before, vis-à-vis the EU.

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.

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.

Gibraltar, Brexit and the Impossibility of ‘leaving Europe’

Gibraltar, Brexit and the Impossibility of ‘leaving Europe’

Nowhere will be hit harder by Brexit than Gibraltar.

Brexit: The View from Ireland

Brexit: The View from Ireland

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.

Brexit: The View from Denmark

Brexit: The View from Denmark

Although Danes have a generally positive view of the EU, Brexit may boost anti-EU forces on the political right.

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