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Understanding Brexit

A concise introduction

Published

30 Jul 2018

Page count

268 pages

ISBN

978-1447346395

Dimensions

216 x 138 mm

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30 Jul 2018

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268 pages

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216 x 138 mm

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Published

30 Jul 2018

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268 pages

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978-1447346418

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216 x 138 mm

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30 Jul 2018

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268 pages

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216 x 138 mm

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Understanding Brexit provides a concise introduction to the past, present and future of one of the most important and controversial topics in modern British politics. Written for both those familiar with the topic and those new to it, the book sets out in a clear and accessible way many of the fundamentals for understanding why Britain voted to leave the European Union and what happens next.

Tim Oliver is a Senior Lecturer at Loughborough University London, a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence and an Associate of LSE IDEAS, the foreign policy think tank of the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has lectured widely on Brexit, taught at LSE, UCL and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, and worked at research institutions in London, Berlin and Washington D.C., as well as in the British House of Lords and the European Parliament.

Studying Brexit;

The history of UK–EU relations;

The renegotiation and referendum campaign;

The referendum result;

Britain after the referendum;

Europe and Brexit;

Brexit, Britain, Europe and the world;

Conclusion.

"An indispensable guidebook to the labyrinth of Brexit. Tim Oliver shows not only how Brexit came to happen and how it is unfolding as a series of processes in the UK, Europe and the world. More importantly, he shows how to study and analyse it." Henrik Enderlein, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin

"An excellent introductory text for the generalist reader and for students coming to Brexit as an academic subject for the first time. If you have not read a book on Brexit, this should be the first you read." Michelle Cini, University of Bristol