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Brexit Brief Issue 18

19 Apr 2017

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Issue 18 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief examines the current state of play in the debate over the UK’s EU withdrawal.

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Michel Barnier sets out his stall

19 Apr 2017

As the EU-27 prepare for the European Council meeting on 29 April which will set the negotiating mandate for the forthcoming talks with the UK Government, the EU Chief Negotiator, Michel Barnier, has given an insight into his approach to the demanding task to be undertaken by himself and his carefully assembled Brexit Task Force.

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Germany Brief - Issue 1

18 Apr 2017

This first issue of the Germany Brief examines developments in German party politics, particularly with regard to the Social Democratic Party’s reshuffle and the impact that the candidacy of former European Parliament President Martin Schulz for the chancellorship has had.

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Theresa May announces UK General Election

18 Apr 2017

On 18 April 2017, Theresa May announced her intention to hold a snap UK general election on 8 June 2017.  This flash analysis takes an initial look at the rationale behind Theresa May’s decision to hold a referendum, as well as its possible impact on the UK and the negotiations with the EU.

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A Guide to Brexit

07 Apr 2017
Brexit Brief
 
This IIEA brief aims to provide an accessible overview of what is known to date about the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.

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Brexit Brief Issue 17

05 Apr 2017

Brexit Brief

Issue 17 of the IIEA’s monthly Brexit Brief examines the current state of play in the debate over the UK’s EU withdrawal.

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A new dynamic? The European Parliament's role in the implementation of Article 50

05 Apr 2017

Today, Wednesday, 5 April 2017, the European Parliament voted to approve a resolution on the UK’s EU withdrawal negotiations and the subsequent future relationship with the EU. This blog examines the key points of the resolution, including the European Parliament’s role in the implementation of the withdrawal process as defined under Article 50, and  the Irish concerns in the negotiations.

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Brexit: The State of Play

31 Mar 2017

On Wednesday, 29 March 2017, UK Prime Minister Theresa May notified the European Council of the UK’s intention to withdraw from the EU under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union. The European Council’s draft guidelines for the negotiations, taking into account the UK’s positions, became available to the press within 48 hours. This blog takes a preliminary look at the positions of the EU and UK and their possible impact on the Irish interest. 

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Can Ireland get to grips with its low-carbon development challenge?

30 Mar 2017

Can Ireland get to grips with its low-carbon development challenge?

IIEA policy brief assesses new Government draft strategy.

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Fateful Letters

30 Mar 2017

On 29 March 2017, the British Government invoked Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union by letter, delivered in person by it Permanent Representative to the EU to the President of the European Council.

This action brings to mind the importance of letters in the history of the relationship between the UK and the European Community/Union from the 1950s when the UK declined to participate in the creation of the EEC. 

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Rome 1957-2017

27 Mar 2017

On Saturday 25 March, the leaders of 27 Member States of the European Union gathered in Rome to mark the 60th anniversary of the Rome Treaty. This blog discusses the Rome Declaration on the future of Europe, which was issued at the summit, as well as the deliberations on the future of the EU27.

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