Michael Grubb, Professor of Energy and Climate Change at UCL, discusses how a deal in the energy sector will be of mutual benefit to the UK and the EU during the negotiations, providing an opportunity to overcome the Brexit impasse. Continue reading Why a deal on energy could break the Brexit logjam
Kenneth Armstrong, Professor of European Law at University of Cambridge, analyses the recently published United Kingdom Internal Market Bill in this post. He assesses the compatibility of the Bill with the Withdrawal Agreement, and considers the legal consequences of a Bill inconsistent with the Agreement. Continue reading Can the UK Breach the Withdrawal Agreement and Get Away With It?
Dr Alexandra Bulat, Young Europeans Network Manager at the3million examines the voting rights of EU citizens. She highlights the barriers to their political participation and provides several recommendations for improving their representation in the UK. Continue reading The invisible minority: where are EU citizens’ voices in UK politics?
Andrew Wilson, Professor of Ukrainian Studies at UCL SSEES and the author of Belarus: The Last European Dictatorship (Yale University Press), breaks down the lessons of the Belarusian crisis and provides an analysis of authoritarianism in this state. Continue reading The Protests in Belarus
Dr. Joris Larik, Assistant Professor of Comparative, EU and International Law at Leiden University, discusses the impact of Brexit on global treaty relations and sheds light on the emerging practice to date, showing that Brexit has spawned the creation of numerous new international legal materials. Continue reading The Impact of Brexit on Global Treaty Relations