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Brexit: UK pound has not crashed yet, but here’s why it will probably suffer in years to come.

4 min read
British shoppers won’t have seen any difference to the value of their pounds yet, but everything from baked beans to bargain holidays could be affected down the line.

Brexit deal or no deal, food bills are about to get a lot more expensive.

5 min read
Although 52% of the UK’s food needs are currently met by domestic production, the remainder is heavily dependent on imports from the EU.

What are Australian-style and Canadian-style Brexit trade deals?

4 min read
For the UK to exit the EU on genuine Australian, no-deal or WTO terms, the British government would need to reject the WA/NIP. This now appears unlikely.

Brexit, beached.

13 min read
With Trump and Cummings going the Brexit project is beached on the mudflaps of history, and with its deepest flaws about ‘independence’ ever clearer Boris Johnson can no longer duck the choice of purism or pragmatism, writes Professor Chris Grey.

‘America First’ is no more, but can President-Elect Joe Biden fix the US reputation abroad?

6 min read
America might be coming back under the new US president, Joe Biden, but this is not the same world or the same country it once was.

Incoherent isolationism and the art of the non-deal: A review of Trump’s foreign policy.

13 min read
This brief analyses US President Donald J. Trump’s foreign policy in 2020, to examine the extent to which he succeeded in re-imagining America’s role in the world.

State aid is biggest Brexit dispute between UK and EU – There’s a workable compromise.

5 min read
In the row between the UK and EU over how to handle state subsidies after Brexit, both sides insist their proposals are consistent with the political declaration.
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