Brexit (a portmanteau of "British" and "exit") is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU). Following a UK-wide referendum in June 2016, in which 52% voted to leave and 48% voted to remain in the EU, the British government formally announced the country's withdrawal in March 2017, beginning the Brexit process.

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Security at the frontier

Chatham House · 31 March 2021 English

Increasing global connectivity has brought with it a new range of security threats that were unfathomable just decades ago. Global reliance on the internet and on virtual networks has revealed …

(CEPA). Although CEPA represents a necessary post-Brexit replication and adaption of the EU–Japan economic partnerships, particularly as the implications of Brexit and the role of EU funding to the ESA are realized

Many in U.S., Western Europe Say Their Political System Needs Major Reform

Pew Research Center · 31 March 2021 English

In the U.S., concerns about political corruption are especially widespread. Two-in-three Americans agree that the phrase “most politicians are corrupt” describes their country well.

crucial issues such as Scottish independence and Brexit were decided by referendum, support is somewhat have a favorable view of the right-wing populist Brexit Party, now called Reform UK (76%) compared with Rally and La France Insoumise in France and the Brexit Party (Reform UK) in the UK for our analyses for for the same reason. 4 Because the Brexit vote about whether to leave the European Union took place Note: S open- W ? Views of Brexit Party (Reform UK) based on question asking whether

IISD Trade and Sustainability Review, Volume 1, Issue 2, March 2021

IISD · 31 March 2021 English

This second edition of IISD's Trade and Sustainability Review features analytical pieces and commentaries that focus on a series of transitions in the realm of trade and sustainability development—from new …

Countries? Michael Gasiorek 41 UK Trade Post-Brexit: After the teething, the trouble Peter Ungphakorn time in complicated ways. For many LDCs, the Brexit trade deal will probably not have a major impact

Toward a New German Foreign Policy. Stepping Into the 21st Century

IFRI · 30 March 2021 English

helped fuel the rise of the far-right Alternative für Deutschland, or AfD). It was again the case with Brexit and even the COVID-19 pandemic. All of these circumstances tested the European Union, which emerged

Deutschland, or AfD). It was again the case with Brexit and even the COVID-19 pandemic. All of these circumstances

The West Wanes, China Grows: What’s at Stake for the Liberal Order?

ORF · 30 March 2021 English

In less than four decades the People’s Republic of China, embracing landmark market reforms, lifted more than 800 million of its people out of poverty and became the second largest … end-of-the-anglosphere 52 Elizabeth https://www https://www

Is there a populist foreign policy?

Chatham House · 30 March 2021 English

In recent years, populist figures, movements and parties have been widely seen as a threat to the liberal international order. But this prevalent narrative is misleading. Much analysis has focused …

theory and the politics of foreign policy in the Brexit referendum’, Global Affairs, 5(4–5): pp. 347–367

Rivals or Partners? The EU-UK Foreign Policy Relationship After Brexit

CEIP · 30 March 2021 English

EU-UK cooperation on foreign policy will be hampered by the emotional and political fallout from a difficult divorce and boosted by a renewed transatlantic relationship. In the longer term, external …

Partners? The EU-UK Foreign Policy Relationship After Brexit Stefan Lehne March 30, 2021 Article Source: reduction of development assistance. Although Brexit was an important motivation for the policy review occasion for a reality check on the consequences of Brexit on EU foreign policy. How has the UK’s departure affected the EU’s capacity in this field? How has Brexit changed the political dynamics in the EU and the 2016 referendum to leave the union, many expected Brexit to mark the beginning of the EU’s terminal decline

The EU strategic autonomy debate [What Think Tanks are thinking]

EPRS · 30 March 2021 English

An increasing number of politicians and analysts argue that the European Union should boost its ‘strategic autonomy’ and/or develop a higher degree of ‘European sovereignty’. These concepts encompass a greater …

2021 Ten reflections on a sovereignty-first Brexit Centre for European Reform, December 2020 The

First appraisal of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement by Policy Department …

EPRS · 30 March 2021 English

“Agreements concluded by the Union are binding upon the institutions of the Union and on its Member States.” (Article 216(2) TFEU). According to the Case-law of the Court of Justice …

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China, EU and US cooperation on climate and energy

Chatham House · 29 March 2021 English

In what is a vital year for cooperative climate diplomacy, 2021 could represent a decisive shift in efforts to tackle the climate crisis. Countries are due to submit revised pledges …

the energy and climate policy implications of Brexit, climate risk (particularly in China) and on the scenarios. He has worked as a civil servant on Brexit negotiations, as an analyst at Investec Asset

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