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By Marley Morris; Tom Kibasi

After nearly two years of negotiations, the government has published the withdrawal agreement (WA) between the UK and the EU,…

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By Marley Morris

As part of the post-Brexit future relationship between the UK and the EU, both parties are expected to mutually agree…

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By Luigi Scazzieri

EU-Turkey relations have deteriorated sharply in recent years. To prevent the relationship from souring further, the bloc should avoid ending…

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By Various authors

This publication examines the growing influence of illiberal, anti-Western and socially conservative civil society groups, popular movements and political forces…

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By Dr Tim Summers; K. C. Kwok; Lawrence J. Lau

It is in the long-term interests of both the EU and China to encourage innovation collaboration. Transnational innovation networks or…

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By Tim Durrant; Alex Stojanovic; Lewis Lloyd

While the 27 member states are likely to remain united in their approach to the Brexit negotiations, it is essential…

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By Ian Bond

In foreign policy terms, Brexit has the potential to make the UK more autonomous but less influential, and the European…

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By Louis Rostain

6 December marks Credit Day across the European Union. This is the day when, on average, European countries' central administrations…

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By Charles Grant; Simon Tilford; Sophia Besch

Charles Grant writes in 'Ten predictions for the Brexit talks' arguments over the Irish border may block the start of…

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By Agata Gostynska-Jakubowska

If the eurozone fails to win back the support of disaffected citizens, the bloc could face a serious threat from…

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