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walesonline
Jonathan Edwards says Brexit will have the biggest effect on WalesGermany. Wales’ biggest company, Tata Port Talbot, will be an inevitable casual
Jonathan Edwards says Brexit will have the biggest effect on Wales
walesonline / Posted 2 days ago
Germany. Wales’ biggest company, Tata Port Talbot, will be an inevitable casualty... As Fabian Zuleeg, Head of the European Policy Centre, has argued when it comes to trade negotiations with the EU in the event of Brexit “the political... Read more
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walesonline
Jonathan Edwards warns the Brexiteers' dream would wreck the Welsh economyGermany. Wales’ biggest company, Tata Port Talbot, will be an inevitable casual
Jonathan Edwards warns the Brexiteers' dream would wreck the Welsh economy
walesonline / Posted 2 days ago
Germany. Wales’ biggest company, Tata Port Talbot, will be an inevitable casualty... As Fabian Zuleeg, Head of the European Policy Centre, has argued when it comes to trade negotiations with the EU in the event of Brexit “the political... Read more
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Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch: Scotland to choose between two families of nationseverything possible to obstruct iScotland’s case for automatic membership in 20
Lesley Riddoch: Scotland to choose between two families of nations
Scotsman / Posted 9 days ago
everything possible to obstruct iScotland’s case for automatic membership in 2014. How times have changed. A report by the European Policy Centre suggests Scotland has a “good” chance of being allowed to remain in the EU because it has “won... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Brexit would harm EU influence - analyststhe loss of image if the EU shrinks for the first time in its history," Janis E
Brexit would harm EU influence - analysts
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 26 days ago
the loss of image if the EU shrinks for the first time in its history," Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at European Policy Centre, told AFP. "The signal would be that the EU gets slowly but steadily in a downward trend," he said,... Read more
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asianage
Can European Union survive Brexit?the EU but also of Western political civilisation”. Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
Can European Union survive Brexit?
asianage / Posted 1 months ago
the EU but also of Western political civilisation”. Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, said the vote means “a lot of uncertainty — for EU relations with Britain, for EU member states... Read more
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Japan Today
Can the EU survive Brexit? ‹ Japan Todaytearing it apart. “The EU is in a negative spiral,” Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
Can the EU survive Brexit? ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 1 months ago
tearing it apart. “The EU is in a negative spiral,” Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, told AFP. The question of what could replace the EU if it does collapse is even more vexed. “It... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
'Brexit' from European Union might be messy divorceof the rest of the EU to make sure that this does not create a precedent,” said
'Brexit' from European Union might be messy divorce
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted 1 months ago
of the rest of the EU to make sure that this does not create a precedent,” said Fabian Zuleeg, chief executive at the European Policy Centre in Brussels. Few would relish the thought, he said, of “a country outside that has some sort of... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Can the EU survive Brexit?tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
Can the EU survive Brexit?
News 24 South Africa / Posted 1 months ago
tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, told AFP. The question of what could replace the EU if it does collapse is even more vexed. "It... Read more
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The Economic Times
Can the European Union survive Brexit?tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
Can the European Union survive Brexit?
The Economic Times / Posted 1 months ago
tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, said. The question of what could replace the EU if it does collapse is even more vexed. "It might... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
‘EU in a negative spiral’: After Brexit, what happens to the European project?tearing it apart. “The EU is in a negative spiral,” Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
‘EU in a negative spiral’: After Brexit, what happens to the European project?
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 1 months ago
tearing it apart. “The EU is in a negative spiral,” Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, said. The question of what could replace the EU if it does collapse is even more vexed. “It might... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Can the EU survive Brexit?tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
Can the EU survive Brexit?
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 1 months ago
tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, said. The question of what could replace the EU if it does collapse is even more vexed. "It might... Read more
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The Hindu
What next after Brexit? Can the EU survive?tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, direc
What next after Brexit? Can the EU survive?
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
tearing it apart. "The EU is in a negative spiral," Janis Emmanouilidis, director of studies at Brussels-based think tank European Policy Centre, told AFP. The question of what could replace the EU if it does collapse is even more vexed. "It... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Whatever the result, British vote inflicts further damage on EUare far more biting. "People cannot imagine going to war with each other," sai
Whatever the result, British vote inflicts further damage on EU
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
are far more biting. "People cannot imagine going to war with each other," said Fabian Zuleeg, the chief executive of the European Policy Centre, a Brussels-based think tank. "The difficulty is that it is taken for granted." Critics say the... Read more
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