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May 2014

Zuleeg, Fabian (2014) Britain outside Europe? Fewer EU concessions to UK post-Brexit. EPC Commentary, 12 May 2014. [Policy Paper]

September 2014

Zuleeg, Fabian (2014) Brexit or not? Time for the EU to move. EPC Commentary, 8 September 2014. [Policy Paper]

November 2014

Secondat, Charles (2014) The Age of Cameron: The end of British pragmatism in Europe. Egmont Commentary, 7 November 2014. [Policy Paper]

April 2015

Schoof, Ulrich and Petersen, Thieß and Aichele, Rahel and Felbermayr, Gabriel (2015) Brexit – potential economic consequences if the UK exits the EU. Policy Brief #2015/05. [Policy Paper]

May 2015

Renard, Thomas (2015) Brexit: How Europe is becoming ever smaller… Egmont Commentary, 22 May 2015. [Policy Paper]

June 2015

Moeller, Joergen Oerstroem (2015) Brexit – lessons from four referenda on the European Union (EU) in Denmark. EU Centre, Policy Brief No. 8, June 2015. [Policy Paper]

January 2016

Biscop, Sven (2016) Brexit and defence: where is the strategy? Egmont Commentary, 6 January 2016. [Policy Paper]

February 2016

Weiss, Stefani. and Blockmans, Steven. (2016) The EU deal to avoid Brexit: Take it or leave. CEPS Special Report No. 131/February 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Zuleeg, Fabian (2016) Brexit averted through EU reform? EPC Post-Summit Commentary, 22 February 2016. [Policy Paper]

March 2016

Secondat, Charles (2016) To be binding or not to be binding? The delicious Cameron/Gove legal controversy about the EU–UK deal. Egmont Commentary, 9 March 2016. [Policy Paper]

April 2016

Adam, Ilke and Berg, Jana and Trauner, Florian and Tuley, Marie and Westerveen, Laura (2016) The UK in Justice and Home Affairs: the engaged outsider. IES Policy Brief Issue 2016/6• April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dupont, Claire and Trauner, Florian (2016) Introducing the IES Brexit-Project. IES Policy Brief Issue 2016/4• April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dupont, Claire and Trauner, Florian (2016) What if? The implications of a Brexit-scenario on different EU policies. IES Policy Brief Issue 2016/4-10• April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dupont, Claire and Trauner, Florian (2016) What if? The implications of a Brexit- scenario on different EU policies. IES Policy Brief Issue 2016/4-10• April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Lewis, Richard (2016) Looking Back to Look Forward: the UK’s relationship with the European Union. IES Policy Brief Issue 2016/5• April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Roos, Christof (2016) The Brexit and EU freedom of movement: legal uncertainty on both sides of the ‘border’. IES Policy Brief Issue 2016/7• April 2016. [Policy Paper]

Thomson, Ian (2016) Information Guide: The Brexit Debate. UNSPECIFIED.

May 2016

Emerson, Michael (2016) Brexit - A last testament. CEPS Commentary, 23 May 2016. [Policy Paper]

Frontini, Andrea (2016) A historic reminder, an ever-present dilemma? - Assessing Brexit’s potential consequences for European security. EPC Commentary, 18 May 2016. [Policy Paper]

Wall, Stephen and Hannay, David and Edward, David and Goldsmith, Peter and Cooper, Robert and Grabbe, Heather and Cameron, Fraser and Avery, Graham and Harbour, Malcolm and Peel, Quentin and Hughes, Kirsty. and Lucas, Caroline and Donnelly, Brendan. and Duff, Andrew (2016) Britain and Europe: A new settlement? EPC Challenge Europe 23, May 2016. [Policy Paper]

June 2016

Blockmans, Steven. and Weiss, Stefani. (2016) Estrangement Day: The implications of Brexit for the EU. CEPS Commentary, 27 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. and Zuleeg, Fabian (2016) Brexit: a new beginning for the EU or the beginning of the end? EPC Commentary, 24 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Grevi, Giovanni (2016) Europe: a question of survival. EPC Commentary, 27 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Kochenov, Dimitry (2016) EU Citizenship and Withdrawals from the Union: How Inevitable Is the Radical Downgrading of Rights? LEQS Discussion Paper No. 111/2016 June 2016. [Discussion Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. (2016) A Fresh Start for the European Union after Brexit. CEPS Commentary, 29 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Najy, Cenni and Breidlid, Jacqueline (2016) Plan B after Brexit – What Britain can expect negotiating a Swiss-type arrangement with the EU. Egmont European Policy Brief No. 44, June 2016. [Policy Paper]

July 2016

Avery, Graham (2016) Scotland and the European Union. EPC Policy Brief, 14 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel (2016) Demographics and Brexit: A deeper problem for the EU? CEPS Commentary, 8 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Barslund, Mikkel and Blockmans, Steven. (2016) Brexit will deepen the fault lines within the EU over mobility. CEPS Commentary, 12 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Blockmans, Steven. (2016) Future of the EU27: What to expect from this summer’s period of reflection. CEPS Commentary, 18 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Elkerbout, Milan (2016) Brexit and climate policy: Political choices will determine the future of EU-UK cooperation. CEPS Commentary, 15 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2016) Europe in limbo while the UK descends into chaos. EPC Post-Summit Commentary, 30 June 2016. [Policy Paper]

Faleg , Giovanni (2016) The Implications of Brexit for the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy. CEPS Commentary, 26 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Ivan, Paul (2016) The EU after Brexit, Russia and the countries in-between. EPC Commentary, 22 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Van der Loo, Guillaume and Blockmans, Steven (2016) The Impact of Brexit on the EU’s International Agreements. CEPS Commentary, 15 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Whitman, Richard G. (2016) Soft or hard Brexit? EPC Commentary, 15 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2016) Exit from Brexit? Not likely but uncertainty prevails. EPC Commentary, 12 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

Łazowski, Adam (2016) Procedural steps towards Brexit. CEPS Commentary, 13 July 2016. [Policy Paper]

August 2016

Davies, Gareth (2016) Migrant Union Citizens and Social Assistance: Trying to Be Reasonable About Self-Sufficiency. Research Paper in Law 02/2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Lannoo, Karel. (2016) Making more from less. CEPS Commentary, 10 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

Ujvari, Balazs (2016) Brexit and future of Europe – A new multilateral agenda? Egmont Commentary, 17 August 2016. [Policy Paper]

September 2016

Gstöhl, Sieglinde (2016) ‘Brexit’ lessons from third countries’ differentiated integration with the EU’s internal market. College of Europe Policy Brief #14.16, September 2016. [Policy Paper]

Núñez Ferrer, Jorge and Rinaldi, David (2016) The Impact of Brexit on the EU Budget: A non-catastrophic event. CEPS Policy Brief No. 347, September 2016. [Policy Paper]

October 2016

Emerson, Michael (2016) Which model for Brexit? CEPS Special Report No. 147 October 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Micossi, Stefano. and Perissich, Riccardo (2016) The Brexit Negotiations: An Italian Perspective. CEPS Commentary, 25 October 2016. [Policy Paper]

Thomson, Ian (2016) Information Guide: The EU Referendum, 23 June 2016. The United Kingdom and the European Union. A guide to information sources: Part 1 – Before the referendum. October 2016. Part 2 – After the Referendum. October 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

November 2016

Di Cataldo, Marco (2016) Gaining and losing EU Objective 1 funds: Regional development in Britain and the prospect of Brexit. LEQS Discussion Paper No. 120/2016 November 2016. [Discussion Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2016) After Brexit: learning to be good neighbours. EPC Commentary, 18 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth (2016) Brexit and Social Security in the EU. CEPS Commentary, 17 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Kirsch, Werner (2016) Brexit and the Distribution of Power in the Council of the EU. CEPS Commentary, 25 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Micossi, Stefano. (2016) ‘Soft Brexit’ is not an option. CEPS Commentary, 24 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2016) What kind of Brexit? EPC Commentary, 4 November 2016. [Policy Paper]

December 2016

Ansgar Belke, Ansgar Belke and Dubova, Irina and Osowski, Thomas (2016) Policy Uncertainty and International Financial Markets: The case of Brexit. CEPS Working Document No. 429, December 2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Dehousse, Franklin (2016) Brexit will not be « the greatest negotiation of all times”. Egmont Commentary, 14 December 2016. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2016) Scotland knows what it wants with the EU, while London seems still not to know. CEPS Commentary, 21 December 2016. [Policy Paper]

Fabbrini, Federico (2016) spotlight europe #2016/01: How Brexit opens a window of opportunity for treaty reform in the EU. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2016) A hard Brexit is the last thing Japan wants. CEPS Commentary, 7 December 2016. [Policy Paper]

Nicolaides, Phedon and Roy, Thibault (2016) Brexit and Trade: Between Facts and Irrelevance. Bruges European Economic Policy Briefings 42/2016. [Policy Paper]

Oeter, Stephan (2016) Flashlight Europe, 19.12.2016 - After the UK has Withdrawn from the EU. What are the Options for Trade? [Policy Paper]

2017

Böröcz, József and Sarkar, Mahua (2017) The Unbearable Whiteness of the Polish Plumber and the Hungarian Peacock Dance around “Race”. Slavic Review, 76 (2). pp. 307-314.

Overguaard, Heidi and Luscia-Roddick, Jennifer Elizabeth Anne and McPheeMcFieMcFee//, Ana and MousemouRel, Jennifer E and Vladimir's, Czarine and Ve-Artruet, Satire (Satirlve) and Luscia, Winnifred Diane and Luscial/n, Elizabeth and Denmark's, Aurora (2017) The Ruling Tzar Policy. [Policy Paper] (Submitted)

January 2017

Biscop, Sven (2017) European defence after Brexit: Flying on one engine? Egmont Commentary, 11 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) What if Mrs May had a strategy for Brexit, and her divided opponents had not? Egmont Commentary, 17 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) How Europe sees Brexit. EPC Discussion Paper, 24 January 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) Theresa May’s Brexit Speech of 17 January 2017 – Decoding its clarity and ambiguity. CEPS Policy Insight No. 2017/01, 25 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Kalcik, Robert and Wolff, Guntram B. (2017) Is Brexit an opportunity to reform the European Parliament? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚2 | 2017, 27 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Europe’s post-Brexit retrenchment. Egmont Commentary, 30 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven (2017) Will Brexit revive the Franco-German engine? EPC Policy Brief, 26 January 2017. [Policy Paper]

February 2017

Batsaikhan, Uuriintuya and Kalcik, Robert and Schoenmaker, Dirk (2017) Brexit and the European financial system: mapping markets, players and jobs. Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚4 | 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit and Europe: a new entente. EPC Discussion Paper, 23 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: the launch of Article 50. EPC Discussion Paper, 9 February 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) After the UK’s Brexit White Paper – What’s the next move towards a CFTA? CEPS Policy Insight No 2017/07, February 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Gros, Daniel. (2017) After Brexit: It’s a brave new world. CEPS Commentary, 14 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) Brexit and the Asset Management Industry. ECMI Policy Brief No. 23 / February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) A well-managed Brexit is a priority for the entire EU. CEPS Commentary, 3 February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Sapir, André and Schoenmaker, Dirk and Véron, Nicolas. (2017) Making the best of Brexit for the EU27 financial system. Bruegel Policy Brief Issue 1 / February 2017. [Policy Paper]

Westlake, Martin (2017) The inevitability of gradualness: the longer-term origins of the 23 June 2016 ‘Brexit’ referendum. Bruges Political Research Papers 56/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

March 2017

Chomicz, Ewa (2017) EU budget post-Brexit. Confronting reality, exploring viable solutions. EPC Discussion Paper, 7 March 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Darvas, Zsolt and Efstathiou, Konstantinos and Raposo, Inês Goncalves (2017) Divorce settlement or leaving the club? A breakdown of the Brexit bill. Bruegel Working Paper Issue 03 / 2017. [Working Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The House of Lords’ report on the “Brexit bill” : an extremely dangerous development for the coming negotiation. Egmont Commentary, 7 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: how to manage the talks and the transition. EPC Discussion Paper, 27 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael and Busse, Mathias and Di Salvo, Mattia and Gros, Daniel. and Pelkmans, Jacques. (2017) An Assessment of the Economic Impact of Brexit on the EU27. 22 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fabbrini, Federico (2017) flashlight europe 03/2017: Brexit and a Multi-speed Europe: a Lawyer's Perspective. Interview / 16 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hine, Robert (2017) Sink or Swim? UK Trade Arrangements after Brexit. Bruges Political Research Papers 57/2017. UNSPECIFIED.

McNamara, Frank (2017) Ulster says ‘Remain’. Brexit and the Northern Irish election result. EPC Commentary, 10 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) What kind of divorce: a clean, hard Brexit or a messy, confrontational Brexfast? EPC Commentary, 9 March 2017. [Policy Paper]

April 2017

Biscop, Sven. (2017) All or nothing? European and British strategic autonomy after the Brexit. Egmont Paper 87. September 2016. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Can the British Brexit notification be withdrawn? Egmont Commentary, 21 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Doherty, Brian and Lang, John Temple. and McCrudden, Christopher and McGowan, Lee and Phinnemor, David and Schiek, Dagmar (2017) Northern Ireland and Brexit: the European Economic Area option. EPC Discussion Paper, 7 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: après May, le déluge. EPC Discussion Paper, 12 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

Thomson, Ian (2017) Information Guide: The EU Referendum, 23 June 2016. The United Kingdom and the European Union: A guide to information sources Part 2 – After the Referendum. April 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) The UK’s general election: Mandate for a softer Brexit or preparation for going over the cliff edge? EPC Commentary, 18 April 2017. [Policy Paper]

May 2017

Bruton, John (2017) Reflections on Brexit and its Implications for Ireland. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017/16/May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) The European Union is exaggerating in its demands for Brexit, especially about the European Court of Justice’s future role. Egmont Commentary, 29 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: time for Plan B. EPC Discussion Paper, 31 May 2017. [Policy Paper]

June 2017

Barslund, Mikkel and Busse, Matthias (2017) Programming Brexit: How will the UK’s IT sector fare? CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-24/ June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Chang, Michele (2017) Can Brexit Lead to Further Integration? The Case of Economic and Monetary Union. College of Europe Policy Brief #6.17, June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Why the future role of the European Court of Justice is a tricky topic for Brexit. Egmont Commentary, 27 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) What now? Options for Brexit - And a cry for help. EPC Discussion Paper, 15 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) What’s next after Theresa May’s spectacular own goal? CEPS Commentary, 12 June 2017. [Policy Paper]

July 2017

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: No ordinary third country. EPC Discussion Paper, 6 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) For a ‘Scrap-it’ Brexit – 33 reasons why … and counting. CEPS Commentary, 18 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

Hayward, Katy and Campbell, Maurice and Murphy, Rob (2017) The Irish Border as a Customs Frontier after Brexit. CEPS Commentary, 11 July 2017. [Policy Paper]

September 2017

Blockmans, Steven. and Van der Loo, Guillaume (2017) Brexit: Towards an ‘EFTA-like’ dispute settlement mechanism. CEPS Commentary, 31 August 2017. [Policy Paper]

Dehousse, Franklin (2017) Why the sequencing of the Brexit negotiations should be abandoned. Egmont Commentary, 28 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: dealing with withdrawal symptoms. EPC Discussion Paper, 5 September 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) Stocktaking after Theresa May’s Brexit speech in Florence: Key point – the transition, key omission – the future relationship. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-34/September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Fabbrini, Federico (2017) Brexit and freedom of movement in the EU: a legal primer. Interview September 2017. Bertelsmann EU-flashlight 2017/07. [Policy Paper]

Frantziou , Eleni and Łazowski , Adam (2017) Brexit Transitional Period: The solution is Article 50. CEPS Commentary, 9 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Guild, Elspeth (2017) Brexit and the Treatment of EU Citizens by the UK Home Office. CEPS Policy Insights No 2017-33/September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Reversing over the cliff edge? EPC Policy Brief, 18 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Theresa May's Florence speech: much ado about nothing. EPC Commentary, 22 September 2017. [Policy Paper]

October 2017

Cameron, Fraser (2017) After Brexit: Prospects for UK-EU cooperation on foreign and security policy. EPC Policy Brief 30 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: Sufficient Unto the Day. EPC Discussion Paper 3 October 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Better safe than sorry: Time to prepare for a 'no deal scenario'. EPC Commentary, October 2017. [Policy Paper]

November 2017

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: Terra Nova to explore together. EPC Discussion Paper, 7 November 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Fredriksson, Gustav and Roth, Alexander and Tagliapietra, Simone and Zachmann, Georg. (2017) The Impact of Brexit on the EU Energy System. Bruegel Report, November 2017. UNSPECIFIED.

Lannoo, Karel. (2017) Derivatives Clearing and Brexit: A comment on the proposed EMIR revisions. ECMI Policy Brief No. 25 / November 201. [Policy Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2017) Towards a Belgian position on Brexit: Actively reconciling national and European interests. Egmont Paper 99, November 2017. [Policy Paper]

December 2017

Duff, Andrew (2017) Brexit: Launching Satellite Britain. EPC Discussion Paper, 5 December 2017. [Discussion Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2017) Brexit breakthrough – Into ever-deeper fog over both the Northern Irish border and the Channel. CEPS Commentary, 11 December 2017. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2017) Brexit: Towards a deep and comprehensive partnership? EPC Discussion Paper, 5 December 2017. [Discussion Paper]

January 2018

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: What if Britain changes its mind? EPC Discussion Paper, 18 January 2018. [Discussion Paper]

February 2018

Biscop, Sven (2018) BREXIT, STRATEGY, AND THE EU: BRITAIN TAKES LEAVE. Egmont Paper 100, February 2018. [Policy Paper]

March 2018

Darvas, Zsolt and Wolff, Guntram B. (2018) Rethinking the European Union’s post-Brexit budget priorities. Bruegel Policy Brief ISSUE 1 | MARCH 2018. [Policy Paper]

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: Half In, Half Out or Right Out? EPC Discussion Paper, 6 March 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Emerson, Michael (2018) Theresa May’s Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. CEPS Commentary, 6 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Gros, Daniel. (2018) A Brexit Gentlemen’s Agreement. CEPS Commentary, 9 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lannoo, Karel. (2018) The fight over clearing euro derivatives. ECMI Commentary No. 50 / 15 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

Thomadakis, Apostolos (2018) Over-the-counter interest rate derivatives: The clock is ticking for the UK and the EU. ECMI Research Report No. 13/March 2018. UNSPECIFIED.

April 2018

Highman, Ludovic (2018) Redefining a Post-Brexit EU-UK Partnership in Research and Higher Education. College of Europe Policy Brief #6.18, April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Tardy, Thierry (2018) What third-country role is open to the UK in defence? CEPS Commentary 24 April 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Last chance for an exit from Brexit? EPC Policy Brief 29 March 2018. [Policy Paper]

May 2018

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: What Theresa May's White Paper must do. EPC Discussion Paper, 16 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Pie in the sky and the death of 'cakeism': towards the brink in EU-UK negotiations. EPC Commentary, 3 May 2018. [Policy Paper]

June 2018

Nicolaides, Phedon (2018) Brexit and the Cross-Border Spillover of the EU’s State Aid Rules. College of Europe Policy Brief #11.18. June 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Brexit: Stumbling over the backstop? EPC Commentary 6 June 2018. [Policy Paper]

July 2018

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: Last call. EPC Discussion Paper, 4 July 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Pelkmans, Jacques. (2018) Shattered Illusions: The new Brexit proposals on customs. CEPS Commentary, 17 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) UK business should play for extra time in the Brexit negotiations. EPC Commentary, 25 July 2018. [Policy Paper]

August 2018

Carrera, Sergio and Mitsilegas , Valsamis and Stefan, Marco and Giuffrida, Fabio (2018) Criminal Justice and Police Cooperation between the EU and the UK after Brexit: Towards a principled and trust-based partnership. CEPS Task Force Reports. UNSPECIFIED.

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: Beyond the transition. EPC Discussion Paper, 21 August 2018. [Discussion Paper]

September 2018

Emerson, Michael (2018) Brexit’s hot rentrée – The spectre of collapse or a reasoned outcome? CEPS Commentary, 6 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Lock, Tobias and Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) Extending the transition period. EPC Discussion Paper, 28 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2018) The road to nowhere? Prospects for a post-Brexit trade deal. EPC Policy Brief, 18 September 2018. [Policy Paper]

October 2018

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: When the music has to stop. EPC Discussion Paper, 9 October 2018. [Discussion Paper]

November 2018

Emerson, Michael (2018) The Brexit 'Future Relationship': not a deal, but a half-blind date. CEPS Commentary, 26 November 2018. [Policy Paper]

Stefan, Marco and Giuffrida, Fabio (2018) Disarming a ticking bomb: Can the Withdrawal Agreement ensure EU-UK judicial and police cooperation after Brexit? CEPS Policy Insights No 2018/16, December 2018. [Policy Paper]

December 2018

Duff, Andrew (2018) Brexit: From revelation to re-accession. EPC Discussion Paper, 4 December 2018. [Discussion Paper]

Mattelaer, Alexander (2018) Endorsing Brexit or Preparing for ‘No Deal’? A Belgian Perspective. Egmont European Policy Brief No. 53, November 2018. [Policy Paper]

2019

Author, No (2019) PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENT. POLITICAL DECLARATION SETTING OUT THE FRAMEWORK FOR THE FUTURE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. EPC Special Report (no date). UNSPECIFIED.

January 2019

Duff, Andrew (2019) Brexit: How the Political Declaration can rescue the Withdrawal Agreement. EPC Discussion Paper, 3 January 2019. [Discussion Paper]

Wolff, Guntram B. (2019) The implications of no-deal Brexit: is the European Union prepared? Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚2 | January 2019. [Policy Paper]

Zuleeg, Fabian (2019) One step forward, two steps back: Towards no deal by default or design. EPC Discussion Paper, 28 January 2019. [Discussion Paper]

February 2019

Duff, Andrew (2019) Brexit: The Compromise. EPC Discussion Paper, 14 February 2019. [Discussion Paper]

April 2019

Darvas, Zsolt (2019) Brexit: Losing control. EPC Discussion Paper, 24 April 2019. [Discussion Paper]

Szymański, Piotr (2019) The consequences of Brexit for the UK’s security policy and NATO’s eastern flank. OSW Commentary NUMBER 299 | 03.04.2019. [Policy Paper]

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