Prensa Brexit out of control

Brexit seems to have acquired a life of its own and feeds on the deep disagreement between the political forces, the internal division, the lack of leadership and the territorial gap. The problem is not Brussels but the political debacle that the Brexit has triggered.

Prensa 2019: moderate growth and interest rates raise by the end of the year

The ECB's announcement to postpone the increase of interest rates 'at least' until the end of the year coincides with Professor Ignacio Muñoz Alonso's analysis: there is a sense of ‘injury time’ between agents and operators.

Prensa Between 'hard Brexit' and the second referendum

It is time to ratify the agreement to avoid a 'hard Brexit', with the focus on the Protocol on Ireland and the transitional period, and FAES analyses the main scenarios that the British lower chamber’s negative vote would trigger on 15 January.

Prensa Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político 60

The articles analyses the repercussions of the new US policy for the defense and security of Europe and the Northern Atlantic; the relationship between politics and law; regional educational inequalities; the keys to the economic slowdown; and the crisis of liberal democracy and its necessary survival.

Prensa ?Brexit? is a challenge for the entire Continent

“The relationship with the EU is only one part of the post-Brexit story. To prosper outside, Britain will need to be prepared to undertake active steps towards trade liberalisation and deregulation” “Just over 35% of UK goods exports to the EU are in sectors where the EU imposes high tariffs and would therefore be vulnerable. The UK cannot simply walk away from the EU. It would need a new trade arrangement” “Outside of the EU, the UK could adopt different immigration policies. However, limiting labour supply could make the UK less competitive by raising wages and prices” “A referendum result that saw the UK leave the EU, despite a vote to Remain in Scotland, would lead to demands for another Scottish independence vote that would be near impossible to resist” “If Euroscepticism and national democracy are marginalised and confined to the political extremes, this will only further pit the EU elites against the insurgents, with potentially politically explosive consequences” “While it would be tempting for the EU to regard a Remain vote as a relief, it would be naïve to think that the ?British issue? will have been resolved. Whatever a Remain vote will be, it will not be an enthusiastic endorsement of the EU”

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Prensa Brexit out of control

03.27.2019. Brexit seems to have acquired a life of its own and feeds on the deep disagreement between the political forces, the internal division, the lack of leadership and the territorial gap. The problem is not Brussels but the political debacle that the Brexit has triggered.

Prensa 2019: moderate growth and interest rates raise by the end of the year

03.08.2019. The ECB's announcement to postpone the increase of interest rates 'at least' until the end of the year coincides with Professor Ignacio Muñoz Alonso's analysis: there is a sense of ‘injury time’ between agents and operators.

Prensa Between 'hard Brexit' and the second referendum

01.08.2019. It is time to ratify the agreement to avoid a 'hard Brexit', with the focus on the Protocol on Ireland and the transitional period, and FAES analyses the main scenarios that the British lower chamber’s negative vote would trigger on 15 January.

Prensa Cuadernos de Pensamiento Político 60

10.18.2018. The articles analyses the repercussions of the new US policy for the defense and security of Europe and the Northern Atlantic; the relationship between politics and law; regional educational inequalities; the keys to the economic slowdown; and the crisis of liberal democracy and its necessary survival.

Publicaciones ?Brexit? is a challenge for the entire Continent

03.14.2016. “The relationship with the EU is only one part of the post-Brexit story. To prosper outside, Britain will need to be prepared to undertake active steps towards trade liberalisation and deregulation” “Just over 35% of UK goods exports to the EU are in sectors where the EU imposes high tariffs and would therefore be vulnerable. The UK cannot simply walk away from the EU. It would need a new trade arrangement” “Outside of the EU, the UK could adopt different immigration policies. However, limiting labour supply could make the UK less competitive by raising wages and prices” “A referendum result that saw the UK leave the EU, despite a vote to Remain in Scotland, would lead to demands for another Scottish independence vote that would be near impossible to resist” “If Euroscepticism a...

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