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1. Time for Fresh Thinking on Northern Ireland and Brexit

2. Anand Menon: Brexit and beyond report

3. The day after: The conflicting implications of Brexit

4. The European Union and Brexit: Analysis from the Perspective of the Visegrad Group of Countries

5. Fog in Channel? The Impact of Brexit on EU and UK Foreign Affairs

6. Europe after the Brits

7. After Brexit: Could bilateral agreements facilitate the free movement of persons?

8. The Franco-German Rivarly in the Post-Brexit Europe

9. The post-Brexit EU-UK relationship: an opportunity or challenge for cyber security?

10. The Brexit parenthesis: Three ways the pandemic is changing UK politics

11. EU sanctions and Brexit: Losing the hard edge of European foreign policy?

12. Brexit: An Assessment of Zambia- UK Trade & Investment Relations

13. Brexit on the Backburner: Citizens’ Rights and the Implementation of the Withdrawal Agreement in a Pandemic

14. The European Union’s post-Brexit reckoning with financial markets

15. A post-Brexit agreement for research and innovation

16. Brexit and the Differentiated European (Dis)Integration

17. The Brexit referendum and the rise in hate crime; conforming to the new norm

18. Political attitudes at a time of flux

19. Fisheries and Brexit

20. Brexit and the consequences for fisheries management in the North Sea

21. Will getting Brexit done restore political trust?

22. Brexit and the Union

23. Brexit and the British in Spain

24. Anticipating and meeting new multilevel governance challenges in Northern Ireland after Brexit

25. Revisited: What would ‘trading on WTO terms’ mean?

26. Brexit: what next?

27. Beer and Brexit with Sir David Lidington

28. Populism and the Pandemic

29. Covid 19 and post Brexit migration policy

30. The economics of Brexit and Covid-19

31. Four years since the referendum: the state of public opinion

32. Manufacturing and Brexit report briefing

33. Devolution post-Brexit: new frictions, old tensions

34. Brexit: six months of stalemate

35. Labour's Brexit policy

36. Economics of Covid-19 and Brexit, revisited

37. The US election 2020 and transatlantic relations

38. Health in Changing Times

39. Labour: a year after the election

40. Brexit Waves Will Lap at America’s Shores

41. Resilience or Relocation? Expectations and Reality in the City of London since the Brexit Referendum.

42. A Post-Brexit Trade Policy for Development and a More Integrated Africa

43. Where Does the Buck Stop with the Backstop? The Irish-UK Border in Brexit Negotiations: June 2016-January 2019

44. The Battle of Brexit. Analysis of the 2019 United Kingdom General Election Results

45. Getting Brexit Started: prospects for a new EU-UK partnership into the 2020s

46. Britain's No-Deal Debacle? The Costs at Home and Likely Setbacks Abroad

47. The 2019 European elections: New political constellations

48. International Development Cooperation After Brexit

49. The EU should prepare for all UK post-election scenarios

50. On the Brink: Prospects for UK Nationals in the EU-27 after a No-Deal Brexit

51. Europe in 2019: A Critical and Transitional Year

52. Countdown for Brexit: What to Expect for UK, EU and Turkey?

53. Access to Fisheries in the United Kingdom’s Territorial Sea after its Withdrawal from the European Union: A European and International Law Perspective

54. Advancing human rights in Asia through trade after Brexit

55. Advancing Human Rights in Asia through Trade after Brexit: Background Report

56. How can the NHS recruit and retain migrant nurses after Brexit?

57. How can the NHS recruit and retain migrant nurses after Brexit?: Background Report

58. The role of Chinese finance in the City of London after Brexit

59. The United Kingdom's Belt and Road Initiative strategy after Brexit

60. The United Kingdom's Belt and Road Initiative strategy after Brexit: Background Report

61. Great Britain and the European Union Beyond Brexit

62. Britain's Uncertain Brexit March

63. L’ambivalence de la politique d’armement britannique vis-à-vis de l’Europe (The Ambivalence of British Arms Policy Towards Europe)

64. The Global Impact of Brexit Uncertainty

65. Brexit: the manifestos uncovered

66. The mechanics of a further referendum on Brexit revisited: questions for the new parliament

67. The economic impact of Boris Johnson’s Brexit proposals

68. Brexit and Renewables in Scotland

69. Brexit and public opinion 2019

70. The repatriation of competences in agriculture after Brexit

71. The future of our shared island: a paper on the logistical and legal questions surrounding referendums on Irish unity

72. Brexit, British people of colour in the EU-27 and everyday racism in Britain and Europe

73. UK-born children of EU nationals in the UK: historical, national and local perspectives

74. Brexit where have we got to and where are we heading?

75. Dividing Britain? polarisation and fragmentation trends in the UK

76. Battle of Ideas: Brexit: a revolution by or against the establishment?

77. Endorsing Brexit or Preparing for ‘No Deal’? A Belgian Perspective

78. European Strategic Autonomy and Brexit

79. Fostering a Defense-Industrial Base for Europe: The Impact of Brexit

80. Opportunities for Defense-Industrial Collaboration after Brexit

81. UK Participation in the EDA and the new EU defense package in the context of Brexit

82. The UK’s potential role in enabling EU–NATO cooperation after Brexit

83. Could the EU deliver on its military ambitions after Brexit?

84. Consensus for Action: Towards a More Effective EU Sanctions Policy

85. Creating the North Atlantic Marketplace for Jobs and Growth: Three Paths, One Detour, A U-Turn, and the Road to Nowhere

86. Brexit and the NHS: Devolution

87. Brexit and gender: gender in the Brexit Debate

88. Brexit and gender: economy, gender and Brexit

89. Brexit misperceptions and perception

90. The Impact of a 'No-Deal' Brexit on travel and Tourism

91. 10 Things to Watch for on Brexit

92. Britain After Brexit: A Nation Divided

93. Brexit -- What Does It Mean for Ireland?

94. UK Policy Options and the South Atlantic

95. Panel 3: Perceptions of Brexit from other member states

96. After Article 50: what next? | Keynote: Professor John Curtice

97. Brexit and trade: Economic effects of Brexit

98. A Singapore on the Thames? Post-Brexit Deregulation in the UK

99. Background to Brexit: Populism, Nationalism, and the Politics of Resentment

100. Brexit and its discontents