Franco Gentile gives an economic and geopolitical overview of the UK’s ascension to the CPTPP trade bloc. Continue reading CPTPP: a benefit of Brexit or a consolation trophy?
Drawing from their new book, Dr Denny Pencheva and Dr Kostas Maronitis scrutinise the narratives created around immigration and automation during the campaign for, and implementation of Brexit. Continue reading The Brexit utopia: towards a migrant-free, fully automated economy?
The war in Ukraine has prompted a renewed willingness for UK-EU security cooperation, writes Dr Benjamin Martill, drawing upon new research that analyses the gradual shift from dwindling cooperation post-Brexit to re-engagement efforts. Continue reading The Missing Link? UK-EU Security Cooperation after Brexit
EI student ambassador Yanis Fekar sat down with diplomat Bart Vodderie for an insightful interview discussing EU-UK relations, shambolic cycling, and the art of diplomacy. Continue reading The Art of Diplomacy: In conversation with Bart Vodderie
Dr Uta Staiger writes that the newly announced Windsor Framework marks a positive turning point for EU-UK relations, but whether it holds will be continually tested. Continue reading Windsor Framework: why Rishi Sunak was able to secure the Brexit deal that others couldn’t