Routledge Handbook on the International Dimension of Brexit
«<p>"Brexit is not only a matter involving the United Kingdom and the European Union. It also has far reaching external implications which this timely collection explores. The Handbook is a welcome contribution to the study of the multifaceted consequences of a state's withdrawal from the EU."</p><b> </b><p><b>Christophe Hillion</b>, <i>University of Oslo, Norway, and Leiden University, The Netherlands.</i></p> <p><i>"This research handbook offers the most comprehensive overview to date of the legal implications of Brexit from the perspective of EU external relations law and international law. While much has been written on the internal consequences of Brexit, for the UK and the EU – and as the parties engage in complex negotiations on the framework of their future relations – this edited collection sheds light on the effects that Brexit poses for international treaties and international organizations, identifying the challenges and the op»
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Examining the wider international law implications, it additionally assesses the complex legal consequences of Brexit for both the EU and the UK in their dealings with third states and other international organizations. With contributions from renowned specialists in the field of EU external action, each chapter will analyse specific policy areas to address key challenges arising from the Brexit process for the EU and the UK and propose solutions to overcome these problems. The handbook aims to fill a gap in research by assessing the consequences of Brexit under EU external relations law and international law. As such, it is hoped it will set the research agenda for coming years on the international dimension of Brexit.
The Routledge Handbook on the International Dimension of Brexit is an authoritative and essential reference text for scholars and students of international and European/EU law and policy, EU politics, and British Politics and Brexit, as well as of key relevance to legal practitioners involved in Brexit, governments, policy-makers, civil society organizations, think tanks, practitioners, national parliaments and the Court of Justice.
Juan Santos Vara, Ramses A. Wessel and Polly R. Polak
Part I: The Framework for the Future Relationship between the EU and the UK
2. Towards the Formulation of the 'Brussels Criteria': The Values and Principles Underlying EU Withdrawal and Their Application in Future Contexts
Allan F. Tatham
3. In the Twilight Zone: The Transition Period in the Withdrawal Agreement
4. Parliamentary Involvement in the Negotiations on the EU-UK Trade Agreement
Adam Cygan and Ewa Zelazna
5. EU Withdrawal Law After Brexit: The Emergence of a Unique Legal Procedure
Polly R. Polak
Part II: Brexit and Existing EU International Agreements
6. Managing Brexit: Trade Agreements Binding on the UK Pursuant to its EU Membership
7. Come Fly With Me? Brexit and Air Transport
Wybe Th. Douma
8. Outside the Opt-out: Legal Consequences of the UK's Withdrawal from the EU for the External Action in the AFSJ
Paula Garcia Andrade
9. Copy-Pasting or Negotiating? Post-Brexit Trade Agreements between the UK and Non-EU Countries
Part III: International Organizations and EU Diplomacy after Brexit
10 EU-UK Relations at the WTO: Towards Constructive Creative Competition
11. Brexit and its Implications for the EU in the UN Security Council
12. EU Diplomacy after Brexit
13. Brexit and Fisheries: International Law Issues, Participation in RFMOs, Reciprocal Access and the Future
Fernando Castillo de la Torre and Agnieszka Stobiecka-Kuik
Part IV: Common Foreign, Security and Defence Policy after Brexit
14. Post-Brexit Participation of the UK in EU Foreign, Security and Defence Policy
Ramses A. Wessel
15. UK Sanctions Policy after Brexit: From Dependence to Autonomy?
16. EU Sanctions Policy and the Alignment of Third Countries: Relevant Experiences for the UK?
Viktor Szep and Peter Van Elsuwege
17. EU Crisis Management Operations and International Responsibility Post-Brexit
Part V: Brexit and Specific International Arrangements
18. Brexit and EU Agencies: Opting-in from the Outside?
19. Disentangling the UK from EU Environmental Agreements after Brexit: The Challenges Posed by Mixed Agreements and Soft Law
20. The Future of Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters between the EU and the UK
Part VI: Contested and External Effects of Brexit
21. The Implications of the Withdrawal Agreement for Gibraltar: Is Spain Taking Back Control?
Juan Santos Vara
22. Brexit and International Legal Sovereignty
23. The Cross-Channel Reach of EU Law in the UK Post-Brexit
Ramses A. Wessel is Professor of European Law at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. He is also Vice-President of the European Society of International Law (ESIL) and co-founder of the Centre for the Law of EU External Relations (CLEER) in The Hague.
Polly R. Polak is PhD candidate in EU law funded by the Regional Government of Castille and Leon, University of Salamanca, Spain, where she also lectures in EU Law and International Relations and coordinates the Master’s degree in EU Studies.