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OCEU 2135 - Brexit

Type d'enseignement : Seminar

Semester : Spring 2017-2018

Number of hours : 24

Language of tuition : English

Pre-requisite

None

Course Description

Objective of the Course: Examine the roots of the UK's decision to leave the EU; PM Cameron's renegotiation, the referendum campaign and its aftermath; the prospects for UK-EU negotiations under Article 50; the effect of Brexit on the EU27 and further European construction; prospects for the United Kingdom, internally and internationally. Discussion on the consequences of the Brexit referendum for the EU27; Analysis of exit arrangements and institutional procedures; Impact on the external trade regime of the EU and the UK; Discussion of possible patterns for future relations between the EU and the UK after the exit; Reflection on the need for a transitional regime and its terms and conditions.

Teachers

to be defined

Pedagogical format

This course is taught by two ambassadors, who will address the same topic but from different perspectives.

Course validation

- Dissertation / written essay (5-7 pp.) Addressing one aspect of the subjects discussed in the sessions, freely chosen by students.
- a 4-5 page essay, written at home, on a theme proposed by the student and approved by the lecturer, drawing on the material explored during the sessions. 50%

Required reading

  • HMG Paper CM 9216 of February 2016 “The Process of Withdrawing from the European Union” www.gov.uk/government/publications
  • HMG Paper of February 2016 “The Best of Both Worlds: The United Kingdom's Special Status in a Reformed European Union” www.gov.uk/government/publications