OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Law & Politics of Brexit: Volume II: The Withdrawal Agreement

ISBN : 9780198848356

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Author: 
Federico Fabbrini
Pages
336 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
156 x 234 mm
Pub date
Dec 2020
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The book provides the first comprehensive analysis of the withdrawal agreement concluded between the United Kingdom and the European Union to to create the legal framework for Brexit. The book - which builds on a prior volume "The Law & Politics of Brexit" (OUP 2017) - overviews the process of Brexit negotiations that took place between the UK and the EU from 2017 to 2019, and examines the key provisions of the Brexit deal. The volume assesses the withdrawal agreement provisions on the protection of citizens' rights, the Irish border and the financial settlement - as well as the governance provisions on transition, decision-making and adjudication, and the prospects for future EU-UK trade relations. Finally, the book reflects on the longer-term challenges that the implementation of the 2016 Brexit referendum poses for the UK territorial system, for British-Irish relations, as well as for the future of the EU beyond Brexit.

Index: 

ForewordMichel Barnier:
1 Federico Fabbrini: Introduction
Part I: The Process
2 Emily Jones: The Negotiations
3 Federico Fabbrini & Rebecca Schmidt: The Extensions
4 Paul Craig: The Ratifications
Part II: The Withdrawal Agreement: Substantive Aspects
5 Catherine Barnard & Emilija Leinarte: Citizens' Rights
6 Colin Harvey: The Irish Border
7 Michele Chang: The Financial Settlement
Part III: The Withdrawal Agreement: Governance Aspects
8 Kenneth Armstrong: The Transition
9 Joris Larik: Decision-Making and Dispute Settlement
10 Giorgio Sacerdoti & Paola Mariani: The Future Negotiations
Part IV: The Challenges
11 Sionaidh Douglas-Scott: The Future of the UK
12 Etain Tannam: The Future of UK-Irish Relations
13 Federico Fabbrini: The Future of the EU at 27

About the author: 

Federico Fabbrini is Full Professor of EU Law at Dublin City University, in Ireland and is the Founding Director of the Brexit Institute. He holds a PhD in Law from the European University Institute and previously had academic positions at Tilburg Law School, in the Netherlands, and iCourts (the Centre of Excellence for International Courts) at the University of Copenhagen, in Denmark. Federico Fabbrini is the author of 2 monographs with Oxford University Press, Economic Governance in Europe (2016) and Fundamental Rights in Europe (2014).

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