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Breaking up is hard to do: Royaume-Uni et Union européenne après le Brexit

Abstract : Despite the posturing, both the United Kingdom and the European Union are trying to reach a deal. However, London’s cliff-edge strategy and Brussels’ control of the agenda and progress of the negotiations could result in an “any deal is better than no deal”. A last-minute “Australian” or “Canadian”-style trade deal would have severe economic repercussions for the United Kingdom, in the context of a Brexit that threatens the political system and even the United Kingdom’s unity
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Florence Faucher, Colin Hay. Breaking up is hard to do: Royaume-Uni et Union européenne après le Brexit. Politique étrangère, Institut Français des Relations internationales, 2020, 85 (4), pp.13 - 26. ⟨hal-03053962⟩

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