Strategy over Speculation – Progressive Reactions to the EU Referendum in the UK

FEPS compilated in this publication a series of Progressive reactions after the result of the […]

Policy Study

18/07/2016

FEPS compilated in this publication a series of Progressive reactions after the result of the EU Referendum in the UK.

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Articles by: 

– Keep calm and rewrite the rules of the European Union

Massimo D’Alema

– Brexit – The Aftermath. Bitter-Sweet Independence

Nikita Zammit Alamango. Malta

– Brexit as a warning: The EU has to change!

Ľuboš Blaha. Slovakia 

– The UK’s referendum and its impact in France

Philip Cordery. France 

– France and Brexit: in (desperate) search of leadership

Amandine Crespy. France

– A Luxembourgish Socialist’s perspective on the Brexit campaign and referendum

Yves Cruchten. Luxembourg

– Ireland and the Brexit referendum

Michael Holmes. Ireland

– Hope in Times of Referenda

Agnes Jongerius. Netherlands

– UK Referendum: A wake up call for Europe

Eva Kaili. Greece

– Lessons from the lost Brexit-gamble

Jo Leinen. Germany

– Opportunities for reforming the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)

Arne Lietz. Germany

– The left can never win a conflict between the people and the elite

Anders Lindberg. Sweden

– Brexit referendum: and now what?

Jamila Madeira. Portugal

– Dangerous Midsummer, or Moominsummer Madness

Mikko Majander. Finland

– Brexit will not be the end of the European Project, but European leaders must understand its message

Víctor Negrescu. Romania

– A New EFTA-EU Relationship Post-Brexit?

Nat O’Connor. Ireland

– Reflections on Brexit and its implications for the future of Europe

Jernej Pikalo. Slovenia 

– Brexit lesson number one: Truth and love do not always win over lies and hatred

Tomas Prouza. Czech Republic

– How neoliberal globalization put the UK out of the EU

Bartosz Rydliński. Poland

– The Impact of the British Referendum on European Affairs

Filippo Taddei. Italy

– From self harm to social Europe?

James Wickham

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