Volume 55 (2018)

Volume 55 (2018) / Issue 2/3

Ramses A. Wessel, 'Consequences of Brexit for international agreements concluded by the EU and its Member States' (2018) 55 Common Market Law Review, Issue 2/3, pp. 101–131

Abstract

The impact of Brexit on the external relations of the EU and the UK runs the risk of receiving less attention because of the difficult internal negotiations on the future of the UK-EU relationship. Yet, the legal complexities related to the fact that the UK will no longer be part of the EU’s external relations regime are equally challenging, and increasingly present themselves now that “Brexit day” approaches. The present contribution analyses the consequences of Brexit for the UK to negotiate and conclude new international agreements, as well as the impact of the UK’s withdrawal on existing international agreements concluded by the EU and its Member States with almost all States in the world.

 

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