Professor Simon Usherwood

Professor Simon Usherwood

Total 146 Posts
  • Guildford, UK.
Professor in Politics, University of Surrey. All aspects of Brexit and EU-UK relations, plus some learning and teaching.

Bus-crashing as a negotiation technique.

5 min read
There really only can be three options to explain this diplomatic equivalent of taking a leak on the head of the other side, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.

What do we talk about when we talk about Brexit?

3 min read
The entire agenda is still in a state of nascent points of common ground, but awaiting now the political level to push into any horse-trading that might occur, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.

Why the UK carries much more of the adjustment costs of Brexit than the EU.

3 min read
The UK was always going to have a much more difficult time of it all with Brexit than the EU.

Just facts.

4 min read
On why Brexit is much more involved for the UK than the EU. Includes world-beating graphics.

From deterrent to contagion: Brexit as a cautionary tale?

4 min read
The potential for Eurosceptics to sell a new message about the process of leaving the EU to publics across Europe will grow.

Tick. Tock. (pt. 746)

3 min read
It will only be through a bigger public debate that the UK will be able to move to some new situation that suits it and its setting, Professor Simon Usherwood writes.

Die-cast Britain.

3 min read
As in previous moments, the government seems more willing to concede ground to the EU than its rhetoric might suggest.
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