Books on Brexit: John Erik Fossum, Christopher Lord and Merethe Dotterud Leiren
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5M ago
‘Books on Brexit’ is a podcast for anyone interested in the UK and the EU. Our guest authors represent a range of views on how we got here, and future prospects for the UK and UK-EU relations. They include: Michel Barnier, Philip Cunliffe, Stefaan De Rynck, Peter Foster, Brigid Laffan, Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed, and Robert Tombs. In this eposide, we are joined by John Erik Fossum, Christopher Lord and Merethe Dotterud Leiren who are co-authors, with a number of other colleagues, of the book ‘Norway’s EU Experience and Lessons for the UK - On Autonomy and Wriggle Room, published by R ..read more
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Books on Brexit: Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed
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by The UK in a Changing Europe
5M ago
‘Books on Brexit’ is a podcast for anyone interested in the UK and the EU. Our guest authors represent a range of views on how we got here, and future prospects for the UK and UK-EU relations. They include: Michel Barnier, Philip Cunliffe, Stefaan De Rynck, Peter Foster, Brigid Laffan, Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed, and Robert Tombs. Mary C. Murphy, Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration, University College Cork and Jonathan Evershed, Newman Fellow, University College Dublin, are authors of 'A Troubled Constitutional Future: Northern Ireland after Brexit, published by Agenda Publishi ..read more
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Books on Brexit: Robert Tombs
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6M ago
‘Books on Brexit’ is a podcast for anyone interested in the UK and the EU. Our guest authors represent a range of views on how we got here, and future prospects for the UK and UK-EU relations. They include: Michel Barnier, Philip Cunliffe, Stefaan De Rynck, Peter Foster, Brigid Laffan, Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed, and Robert Tombs. Robert Tombs, Emeritus Professor of French History and Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, is author of 'This Sovereign Isle: Britain In and Out of Europe', published by Allen Lane. In this succinct book, Robert Tombs shows that the decision to leave th ..read more
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Books on Brexit: Brigid Laffan
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by The UK in a Changing Europe
6M ago
‘Books on Brexit’ is a podcast for anyone interested in the UK and the EU. Our guest authors represent a range of views on how we got here, and future prospects for the UK and UK-EU relations. They include: Michel Barnier, Philip Cunliffe, Stefaan De Rynck, Peter Foster, Brigid Laffan, Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed, and Robert Tombs. Brigid Laffan, Emeritus Professor and former Director of the Robert Schuman Centre, European University Institute, is co-author with Stefan Telle of 'The EU’s Response to Brexit: United and Effective', published by Palgrave Macmillan. The first detailed ana ..read more
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Books on Brexit: Michel Barnier
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by The UK in a Changing Europe
6M ago
Michel Barnier, French politician, former European Commissioner, and EU chief negotiator, is author of 'My Secret Brexit Diary: A Glorious Illusion', translated by Robin Mackay, and published by Polity. From Brussels to London, from Dublin to Nicosia, Michel Barnier’s secret diary gives an insider’s account of the hidden world of Brexit and those who made it happen. This episode was recorded in early July 2023 ..read more
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Books On Brexit: Philip Cunliffe
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7M ago
‘Books on Brexit’ is a podcast for anyone interested in the UK and the EU. Our guest authors represent a range of views on how we got here, and future prospects for the UK and UK-EU relations. They include: Michel Barnier, Philip Cunliffe, Stefaan de Rynck, Peter Foster, Brigid Laffan, Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed, and Robert Tombs. Philip Cunliffe, Associate Professor, the Institute of Risk and Disaster Reduction, University College London, is co-author with George Hoare, Lee Jones, and Peter Ramsay of 'Taking Control: Sovereignty and Democracy After Brexit', published by Polity. "Lea ..read more
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Books On Brexit: Stefaan de Rynck
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7M ago
‘Books on Brexit’ is a podcast for anyone interested in the UK and the EU. Our guest authors represent a range of views on how we got here, and future prospects for the UK and UK-EU relations. They include: Michel Barnier, Philip Cunliffe, Stefaan de Rynck, Peter Foster, Brigid Laffan, Mary C. Murphy and Jonathan Evershed, and Robert Tombs. Stefaan de Rynck, Head of the EU Representation in Belgium, and former senior advisor to Michel Barnier, is author of 'Inside the Deal: How the EU got Brexit done', published by Columbia University Press. Noting the distance between perceptions of the negot ..read more
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Books On Brexit: Peter Foster
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7M ago
Peter Foster, Public Policy Editor of the Financial Times, is author of 'What went wrong with Brexit', published by Canongate Books. Offering a clear-eyed discussion of the practical effects of Brexit on UK businesses, this book outlines the steps – political, economic, and diplomatic –the UK could follow if it is to address the problems he has identified ..read more
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Good Neighbours? The UK and Europe After Brexit: Episode Seven
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1y ago
After Brexit: Whatever happened to the Anglosphere? With Michael Kenny, Professor at POLIS at the University of Cambridge; Leslie Vinjamuri, Director of the US and the Americas Programme at Chatham House; and Srdjan Vucetic, Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa. This episode looks at the Anglosphere. It discusses how it has influenced the UK’s relationship with Europe and the UK’s post-Brexit foreign policy, and the extent to which it’s a political programme ..read more
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In Conversation: Prime Minister Liz Truss on building a Network of Liberty post-Brexit (2021)
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1y ago
Liz Truss is to become the UK’s next prime minister after defeating Rishi Sunak in the Conservative leadership contest. At the 2021 Conservative Party conference the UK in a Changing Europe partnered with ConservativeHome to bring an in conversation between with Anand Menon and the Foreign Secretary Liz Truss ..read more
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