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Start of Brexit negotiations [What Think Tanks are thinking]

Written by Marcin Grajewski,

Negotiation of Great Britain and European Union (Brexit). Statesman or politicians with clasped hands.

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Formal negotiations on the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union under Article 50 TEU got under way on 19 June, as both sides agreed in principle how to organise the talks and underlined their mutual goodwill. The talks began nearly a year after the U.K. referendum to leave the EU (on 23 June 2016) and less than two weeks after a general election that left the ruling Conservative Party without a majority in the House of Commons.

This note offers links to recent commentaries and reports published by major international think tanks on the UK’s plans to leave the EU and the wider implications of Brexit. More studies on issues raised by the vote can be found in a previous edition of ‘What Think Tanks are thinking’ from April 2017.

Brexit: Next steps of UK’s withdrawal from the EU
Library of the House of Commons, June 2017

How should the EU react to Britain’s general election?
Centre for European Reform, June 2017

What’s next after Theresa May’s spectacular own goal?
Centre for European Policy Studies, June 2017

What now? Options for Brexit: And a cry for help
European Policy Centre, June 2017

There is nothing to back expectations of a softer Brexit
European Council on Foreign Relations, June 2017

Scottish and UK immigration policy after Brexit
Scottish Centre on European Relations, June 2017

Brexit and the future of the Irish border
Bruegel, June 2017

As the Labour Party’s influence grows, it must clarify its Brexit strategy
Open Europe, June 2017

UK election result may lead to a more democratic and accountable Brexit
Chatham House, June 2017

Vers un déclin de l’hégémonie anglo-saxonne?
Fondation Robert Schuman, June 2017

The existential challenges looming for the EU
Centre for Policy Studies, June 2017

EU citizens’ rights after Brexit: The EU’s demands for extra-territorial jurisdiction by the CJEU and reverse discrimination
Policy Exchange, June 2017

The politics of fantasy: Immigration policy in the UK after Brexit
Civitas, June 2017

Zeitplan für den Brexit
Friedrich Naumann Stiftung, June 2017

What does the election result mean for Brexit?
Centre for European Reform, June 2017

Bringing Brexit back to reality
Carnegie Europe, June 2017

The Brexit timetable: Key questions and challenges for the UK and Scotland
Scottish Centre on European Relations, June 2017

May’s humiliation could make Brexit easier
Atlantic Council, June 2017

Britain’s postelection future
Carnegie Europe, June 2017

Everyone loses in UK election
Brookings Institution, June 2017

Is Britain lost?
Carnegie Europe, June 2017

Social Market Foundation: Immigration briefing
Social Market Foundation, June 2017

¿Habrá Brexit?
Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, June 2017

Brexit and the Challenge of Citizenship: British passports for EU citizens living in the UK?
Centre for European Policy Studies, May 2017

Uncertainty in the UK
European Policy Centre, May 2017

Why no deal would be much worse than a bad deal
Centre for European Reform, May 2017

The liberation of Europe
European Council on Foreign Relations, May 2017

Blaupause für die Brexit-Verhandlungen: ein Signal der Geschlossenheit der EU-27
Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, May 2017

UK economic performance post-Brexit
Bruegel, May 2017

Five takeaways from analysing Brexit
Jacques Delors Institute, May 2017

Scotland: What strategy as Brexit talks get under way?
Scottish Centre on European Relations, May 2017

The British and their exceptionalism
Centre for European Reform, May 2017

How much will Brexit cost?
Chatham House, May 2017

Taking back control of trade policy
Institute for Government, May 2017

Pharmaceutical industry at risk from Brexit
Bruegel, May 2017

The European Union is exaggerating in its demands for Brexit
Egmont, May 2017

International arbitration is the way to settle the UK’s Brexit bill
Bruegel, May 2017

Planning for post-Brexit Britain’s place on the global stage
Chatham House, May 2017

Brexit: Now for the hard part
Centre on Foreign Relations, May 2017

Implementing Brexit: Immigration
Institute for Government, May 2017

Striking the right deal: UK–EU migration and the Brexit negotiations
Institute for Public Policy Research, April 2017

A new UK-EU relationship in financial services: A bilateral regulatory partnership
Legatum Institute, April 2017

Brexiting Swiss-style: The best possible UK-EU trade deal
Centre for European Reform, April 2017

Hard Brexit in retreat?
Scottish Centre on European Relations, April 2017


Read this briefing on ‘Start of Brexit negotiations‘ in PDF.

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