Breaking Up Is Hard To Do: Britain and Europe's Dysfunctional Relationship: Britain and Europe's…

Kobo ebook | March 1, 2016

byMinford, Patrick

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In the noise of the debate about the EU, it is rare for fundamental questions to be asked. For example, for what purposes should we have international institutions at all? Does the EU meet those purposes and, if not, is reform possible? This book considers these questions. An international team of renowned authors looks at each area of economic policy in which the EU has an interest, as well as at the governing structures of the EU, and asks what, if anything, the EU should be doing. In most cases, this is then compared with the status quo and against the possibility of Brexit in order to help the reader make a judgement, in each policy area, about which would be the best direction for Britain to take. As well as providing a fine contribution to the Brexit debate, the authors of this book provide a framework for evaluating the results of renegotiation together with a long-term programme for reform. The usefulness of this timely book will long outlive the referendum debate. The book asks - and answers - the fundamental questions that are rarely considered by the political classes.

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In the noise of the debate about the EU, it is rare for fundamental questions to be asked. For example, for what purposes should we have international institutions at all? Does the EU meet those purposes and, if not, is reform possible? This book considers these questions. An international team of renowned authors looks at each area of...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 1, 2016Publisher:London Publishing PartnershipLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0255367236

ISBN - 13:9780255367233

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