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Brexit: What next for Britain and Europe? [What Think Tanks are thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

The United Kingdom’s vote on 23 June to leave the European Union has sent shockwaves through political institutions and financial markets worldwide, prompting intense debate among analysts, politicians and citizens about the long-term implications of an event already dubbed as the most important in the recent history of the EU.

This note offers links to recent commentaries and reports published by major international think tanks in reaction to the UK referendum. More studies on issues raised by the vote can be found in a previous edition of ‘What Think Tanks are thinking’ from June 2016.

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Après le référendum britannique, redéfinir les relations entre les deux Europe
Fondation Robert Schuman, July 2016

NATO, the EU and Brexit: Joining forces?
Centre for European Reform, July 2016

Brexit: What a difference a week makes
Peterson Institute for International Economics, July 2016

Beyond Brexit: What happens next for European capital markets?
New Financial, July 2016

Britain must think in grander terms to reach new European settlement
Open Europe, July 2016

NATO after Brexit
Danish Institute for International Studies, July 2016

After the referendum: UK-EU politics in a ‘post-truth democracy’
Policy Network, July 2016

Britain is back
Heritage Foundation, July 2016

Of experts and ‘experts’: Economists and Brexit
Institute of Economic Affairs, July 2016

Strategische Herausforderungen für die EU nach dem Brexit-Votum
Heinrich Böll Stiftung, June 2016

Will America win or lose from Brexit?
Peterson Institute for International Economic, June 2016

Brexit: What happens next?
House of Commons Library, June 2016

A fresh start for the European Union after Brexit
Centre for European Policy Studies, June 2016

Estrangement day: The implications of Brexit for the EU
Centre for European Policy Studies, June 2016

Dear EU leaders, please handle Britain with care
Centre for European Reform, June 2016

How Leave outgunned Remain: The battle of the ‘five Ms’
Centre for European Reform, June 2016

The impact of Brexit on the EU
Centre for European Reform, June 2016

Managing a successful UK-EU divorce, arousing the desire for Union
Institut Jacques Delors, June 2016

The EEA: A safe harbour in the Brexit storm
Chatham House, June 2016

Britain’s leave vote Is an opening for Putin
Chatham House, June 2016

Quelles réponses au Brexit?
Fondation Robert Schuman, June 2016

Europe: A question of survival
European Policy Centre, June 2016

Post-summit commentary: Europe in limbo while the UK descends into chaos
European Policy Centre, June 2016

Der Brexit und das EU-Machtgefüge
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik, June 2016

Beauty contest due to Brexit
Clingendael, June 2016

Brexit: A wake up call for Europe
Clingendael, June 2016

Political losses from Brexit will be deep and enduring
Council on Foreign Relations, June 2016

Lost passports: A guide to the Brexit fallout for the City of London
Bruegel, June 2016

No Lehman moment on currency markets after Brexit vote
Bruegel, June 2016

Six lessons about ‘real’ people, Brexit, and the EU
Bruegel, June 2016

Brexit guide: What next?
Open Europe, June 2016

Brexit: What next?
Re-Define, June 2016

Brexit: What does it mean for Ireland?
Institute of International and European Affairs, June 2016

Does Brexit portend the end of European unity?
Brookings Institution, June 2016

Economic implications of Brexit
Brookings Institution, June 2016

Brexit’s hangover
Carnegie Europe, June 2016

Brexit: A spiralling crisis begins
Friends of Europe, June 2016

Brexit: The global fall-out
Friends of Europe, June 2016

Et maintenant? Tribune suite au Brexit
Confrontations Europe, June 2016

Is Brexit irreversible?
German Marshall Fund, June 2016

Brüssel und der Brexit-Schock
Hanns Seidel Stiftung, June 2016

Spitzentreffen zur Brexit-Strategie
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, June 2016

Après le Brexit: La nécessité d’une réforme de l’UE pour qu’elle rencontre enfin les aspirations de ses citoyens
Institut Thomas More, June 2016

Why a Brexit may not happen
Atlantic Council, June 2016

The United Kingdom’s long kiss goodbye
Atlantic Council, June 2016

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