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Options for Britain

Martin Westlake (Redaktør)

In the debates about the UK's future relationship with the European Union, all sorts of possible alternatives have been bandied about, from "Singapore on the Thames" to "Canada Plus", from "Switzerland" to "Ukraine", from "Norway" to "Australia". Les mer
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Om boka

In the debates about the UK's future relationship with the European Union, all sorts of possible alternatives have been bandied about, from "Singapore on the Thames" to "Canada Plus", from "Switzerland" to "Ukraine", from "Norway" to "Australia". But what do these alternative relationship models really consist of and would they be viable for the UK?


Martin Westlake brings together distinguished contributors to examine these various options, real and potential, and to consider whether they would offer a workable solution for the continued relationship between the EU and post-Brexit Britain.


These essays offer expert insight into the scale and challenge of the practical issues facing Britain as it seeks to establish a new future with its largest trading partner.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword by Pascal Lamy


Introduction
Martin Westlake


1. Lessons from the past? The 1954 Association Agreement between the UK and the European Coal and Steel Community
Christopher Lord


2. From the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) to the European Economic Community (EEC) and the European Economic Area (EEA) - Portugal's post-Second World War path
Vasco Cal


3. Norway and the EEA: why the most comprehensive trade agreement ever negotiated is not good enough for the UK
Sebastian Remoy


4. Switzerland: striking hard bargains with soft edges
Georges Baur


5. The Customs Union between Turkey and the European Union
Selim Kuneralp


6. "Ukraine": the Association Agreement Model
Nazar Bobitski


7. Canada and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)
Kurt Hubner


8. The WTO Model
L. Alan Winters


9. "Singapore on the Thames"
Alan Bollard


10. The United Kingdom and the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
Stephen Woolcock


11. Australia (and New Zealand) after the 1973 "Great Betrayal"
Alexander Downer


12. What Future for the Crown Dependencies, Overseas Territories and Gibraltar?
Alastair Sutton


13. The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland: a Flexible and Imaginative Solution for the Unique Circumstances on the Island of Ireland?
David Phinnemore


14. EU-UK security relations after Brexit
Gijs de Vries


15. The UK still in Europe? Is the UK's Membership of the Council of Europe in Doubt?
Martyn Bond


Afterword
Michael Leigh

Om forfatteren

Martin Westlake is Visiting Professor in Practice at the European Institute, London School of Economics, Visiting Professor at the College of Europe, Bruges, and a research fellow in the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics. He has worked in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the Council of Ministers and the European Commission, with the European Parliament, and since 2003, in the European Economic and Social Committee, where he served as Secretary General from 2008 to 2013. He has published widely on European institutions and on European and UK politics, including a major political biography of Neil Kinnock.