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Making sense of Brexit’s institutional unravelling and political realignment

The UK electorate’s decision to quit the European Union means that 40 years of institutional arrangements, cross-border connections and political assumptions must be unravelled, whether the British exit (‘Brexit’) is smoothly negotiated or leads to long-term negative economic and social impacts. Cross-border Information is seeking to understand Brexit at a number of levels, through its publications African Energy and Gulf States News, and its specialist consultancies. This short supplement records the initial response of AE and GSN to this major event
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