British Foreign Policy after Brexit: hand in hand

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Series Details No. 119, April/May 2018
Publication Date 22/03/2018
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British foreign policy priorities will change little after Brexit, but London will need to find new ways to rally EU support for them. The more that the UK shows that it will remain a reliable foreign policy partner, the more likely it is that the EU-27 will want to work hand in hand with London to tackle international crises.

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