Wed, Jan 16, 2019

Compromising Brexit: The challenge for May – and Corbyn

So far, the focus has been on the idea that somehow, with just seventy two days left to go before Britain is scheduled to leave the EU, Corbyn and May might find a positive way to cooperate for the good of the country.

Bremain vs Brexit by John M. Roberts

European Union United Kingdom

Wed, Nov 28, 2018

Trump is correct, May’s Brexit deal would make a US-UK trade agreement highly unlikely

With his comments, Trump has brought increased attention to a significant weakness of May’s Brexit plan, namely the inability of the UK to craft its own trade policy.

Bremain vs Brexit by Álvaro Morales Salto-Weis

International Organizations Politics & Diplomacy

Tue, Nov 27, 2018

Brexit: The road ahead

Successfully navigating these perilous waters would be an impressive feat for May. If she succeeds, she would have quelled internal opposition and boosted her mandate to negotiate the long-term EU-UK relationship after the UK officially leaves the EU on March 29, 2019.

Bremain vs Brexit by Bart Oosterveld and Álvaro Morales Salto-Weis

European Union Eurozone

Sun, Jul 16, 2017

Valor Econômico Features Brazilian Justice Minister Torquato Jardim at Atlantic Council Event

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Bremain vs Brexit by Atlantic Council


Wed, Mar 29, 2017

The EU Now Controls the Brexit Talks

With the United Kingdom formally starting the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, the Atlantic Council is launching a series of blog posts that will track the course of the Brexit negotiations and the many challenges they pose for the future of US-UK relations.  By formally notifying the European Union that it […]

Bremain vs Brexit by Reginald Dale

Fri, Dec 16, 2016

Transatlantic Security in a Trump Era

Spanish foreign minister discusses the rise of populism, dealing with Vladimir Putin, and measuring defense expenditure The year 2016 has been a terrific one for Russian President Vladimir Putin. The rising tide of populism across Europe has brought to the forefront far-right populist leaders, in France and Germany, for example, who espouse pro-Russia rhetoric. The […]

Bremain vs Brexit by Ashish Kumar Sen

European Union International Organizations

Thu, Nov 17, 2016

Westmacott in Time: Brexit Britain and Trump’s America Can Have a Special Relationship

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Bremain vs Brexit by Peter Westmacott

United Kingdom

Thu, Nov 3, 2016

Brexit Ruling is a Win for Parliamentary Democracy

The era of “fact-free politics” just met its match, in that “facts are stubborn.” Populist politicians can distort much of the truth with little or no political consequences, but the British high court’s ruling on November 3 proves that for Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, and Theresa May, ignoring the reality of the United Kingdom’s constitutional […]

Bremain vs Brexit by Erwan Lagadec

European Union International Organizations

Wed, Sep 28, 2016

Private Roundtable with Mr. Crispin Blunt, MP

On September 28, 2016, the Atlantic Council’s Future Europe Initiative hosted a private, invitation-only roundtable with Mr. Crispin Blunt MP, chairman of the UK House of Commons’ Select Committee on Foreign Affairs. Members of Washington’s foreign policy and business communities discussed the future of the United Kingdom’s role in Europe and the world, and the […]

Bremain vs Brexit by Susan Haigh

Tue, Aug 16, 2016

Vajdich in The National Interest: Brexit Was Decades In the Making

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Bremain vs Brexit by Daniel Vajdich

United Kingdom