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14 | December | 2016

The EU referendum led to the victory of the Leave supporters with 51,9% of the votes. The immediate impacts were the Prime-Minister’s David Cameron resignation and the global markets oscillation. The future of Europe and the UK is now under a big uncertainty. 

See also: Dossier Brexit II


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EU Referendum Results
BBC News

EU referendum outcome: PM statement, 24 June 2016 [24/06/2016]
Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street

EU referendum: Nigel Farage's 4am victory speech - the text in full [24/06/2016]
The Independent

Joint statement by Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, Mark Rutte, holder of the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU, and Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, on the outcome of the United Kingdom referendum [24/06/2016]
European Council

Press statement by President Donald Tusk on the outcome of the referendum in the UK [24/06/2016]
President Donald Tusk, European Council

YouGov's eve-of-poll number is 49-51 in favour of Remain [23/06/2016]
You Gov

EU referendum: Remain lead at one [17/06/2016]
You Gov

The Debate Over Brexit [10/2016] 

James McBride, Council on Foreign Relations

The UK in Europe: a visual guide to Brexit [16/06/2016]
Alan Smith, Federica Cocco, Ian Bott, Chris Campbell, Cleve Jones and David Blood, Financial Times

Article 50 TEU: Withdrawal of a Member State from the EU [02/2016]
European Parliament

The UK in Europe: a visual guide to Brexit [16/06/2016]
Alan Smith, Federica Cocco, Ian Bott, Chris Campbell, Cleve Jones and David Blood, Financial Times

The process of withdrawing from the European Union [4/05/2016]
House of Lords

EU referendum: HM Treasury analysis key facts [18/04/2016]
HM Treasury

The EU's Article 50: Understanding the Rules for Brexit [25/02/2016]
EU Observer

De onde vem o BREXIT?
“Yes Minister” (1980) - RTP MEMÓRIA

What to Make of the Brexit [24/06/2016]
Richard N. Haass, Sebastian Mallaby, CFR

Opinions & Analysis

The Coming Brexit Tragedy [21/12/2016]
Mark Leonard, Project Syndicate

UK Brexit debate still missing the point [16/12/2016]
Nick Witney, ECFR

Aleppo doesn't mean the UK will intervene elsewhere in future – after Brexit, we won't be able to afford an ethical foreign policy [14/12/2016]
Andrew Grice, Independent

I Was Wrong and Brexit Was Right [12/12/2016]
Niall Ferguson, Boston Globe

We’ll get a Brexit that suits Europe, not one that suits us [11/12/2016]
William Keegan, The Guardian

Prepare for a backlash if the Tories make the wrong Brexit deal [10/12/2016]
Ed Miliband, The Guardian

Brexit Requires Five Difficult Negotiations [06/12/2016]
Michael Leigh, German Marshall Fund

Brexit On Trial [03/12/2016]
Joshua Rozenberg, The Spectator

Global Britain: UK Foreign Policy in the Era of Brexit [02/12/2016]
Boris Johnson, Chatham House

European Attitudes Toward Brexit Are Hardening [27/11/2016]
Paul Gillespie, Irish Times

It isn't Britain that's confused about Brexit, it's the EU [27/11/2016]
John Redwood, Commentator

‘Soft Brexit’ is not an option [25/11/2016]
Stefano Micossi, CEPS

Why Theresa May's Rhetoric Could Put Businesses Off [18/11/2016] 
Michael Hayman, Newsweek

England prepares to leave the world [17/11/2016] 
Neal Ascherson, London Review of Books

Britain is Caught Between Trump and a Hard Place [16/11/2016] 
Thomas Raines, Chatham House

Brexit, Another European Tale of Unfulfilled Promises [15/11/2016] 
Pierre Vimont, Carnegie Europe

Brexit: The View From Central Europe [15/11/2016] 
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, CER

Bad news for leavers – the EU has bigger priorities than Brexit [14/11/2016] 
Anand Menon, The Guardian

Brexit and the law [14/11/2016] 
Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Hard or Soft? The Politics of Brexit [11/2016] 
Anand Menon and Brigid Fowler, National Institute Economic Review

We need a Brexit deal that heals the north-south divide [08/11/2016] 
Gordon Brown, The Guardian

Salvaging Brexit: The Right Way to Leave the EU [11/2016] 
Swati Dhingra, Foreign Affairs

The Bank of England has rightly told Theresa May she doesn’t know what she’s talking about on interest rates [06/11/2016] 
Ben Chu, The Independent

The High Court ruling on Brexit should never have happened – judges should stay out of politics [03/11/2016] 
Philip Johnston, Telegraph

Brexit, cet étrange laboratoire [03/11/2016] 
Mathieu Laine, Le Point

Does Britain still uphold the rule of law? [01/11/2016] 
Charlotte Threipland, Open Democracy

Theresa May’s Nasty Britain [25/10/2016] 
Mark Leonard, Project Syndicate

Britain and the Fate of the Europe We Know [24/10/2016] 
Luis Simon, War on the Rocks

Why the EU Would Be Mad to Start a Trade War With Britain [24/10/2016] 
Ross Clark, Spectator

English nationalism has shattered my sense of belonging in Britain [22/10/2016] 
Ian Jack, The Guardian

Beyond hard, soft and no Brexit [21/10/2016] 
André Sapir, Bruegel

The public are already turning against Brexit. When will Theresa May listen? [20/10/2016] 
Polly Toynbee, The Guardian

Brexit's Backers Need to Keep Fighting [19/10/2016] 
Allister Heath, Telegraph

Why We Lost the Brexit Vote [19/10/2016] 
Daniel Korski, Politico EU

Britain and Brussels must compromise and find mutual advantage [19/10/2016] 
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Legal Case for Brexit Is Surprisingly European [19/10/2016] 
Noah Feldman, Bloomberg View

Switzerland offers foretaste of the difficulties to come for Brexit [19/10/2016] 
Clare O'Dea, Irish Times

Why are Brexiters trying to shut down debate? Because they’re scared [18/10/2016] 
Ian Birrell, The Guardian

Ireland is looking forward. Britain after the Brexit vote is looking back [18/10/2016] 
Chris Haskins, The Guardian

Brexit, the pound and the UK current account [17/10/2016] 
Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Taking a pounding[15/10/2016]
The Economist

Consecuencias económicas y políticas de un Brexit duro [14/10/2016]
Federico Steinberg, Elcano

Nicola Sturgeon’s Maneuvers Offer a Chance to Shape Brexit [13/10/2016]
Martin Kettle, The Guardian

Britain, get real: Brexit means whatever the EU says it means [12/10/2016]
Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian

The Political Logic of Hard Brexit [11/10/2016] 
Jacek Rostowski, Project Syndicate

The crash in the pound punctures the delusion that Brexit Britain will flourish [11/10/2016]
Aditya Chakrabortty, The Guardian

The markets have taught Theresa May a hard lesson on sovereignty [11/10/2016]
Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Britain should embrace weaker pound and it needs to fall further, says former BoE governor and currency guru [10/10/2016]
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph

A compromise on immigration will profit Brexit Britain [10/10/2016]
Daniel Hannan, Financial Times

Don’t believe what you’ve read: the plummeting pound sterling is good news for Britain [10/10/2016]
Ashoka Mody, The Independent

I want my Brexit good and strong (and Theresa May seems to agree) [09/10/2016]
James Delingpole, The Spectator

The shock that will shift a nation’s business model [09/10/2016]
Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

What we see in post-Brexit Britain is chaos [08/10/2016]
Cliff Taylor, Irish Times

Explainer: what’s the difference between ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ Brexit? [07/10/2016]
Robert Ladrech, The Conversation

British Brexiters Call The Shots [07/10/2016]
Michael Leigh, German Marshall Fund

The message of Brexit was mixed. Now we are told it was simply a referendum on immigration [05/10/2016]
Suzanne Moore, The Guardian

The Day Theresa Put the Great Back in a FREE Britain [03/10/2016]
Katie Hopkins, Daily Mail

Theresa May Walks Into a Brexit Bear Trap [03/10/2016]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

How to make Brexit a success [23/09/2016]
Sophie Bradbury, The Spectator

It is not ‘time to move on’ over Brexit: it’s time to fight [18/09/2016]
William Keegan, The Guardian

Brexit and the Pound in Your Pocket [13/09/2016]
Barry Eichengreen, Project Syndicate

So Brexit means Brexit means Brexit. Is that it? [05/09/2016]
John Crace, The Guardian

Brexit: Mrs. Thatcher's Last Victory [31/08/2016]
John O'Sullivan, National Review

Brexited Britain Should Join the U.S.-EU Trade Deal [30/08/2016]
Marianne Schneider-Petsinger, RCWorld

Don’t Be Fooled. The Brexit Sledgehammer Is Coming [26/08/2016]
Will Hutton, Guardian

Brexit: Limiting the Damage [22/08/2016]
Michael Leigh, German Marshall Fund

The Brexit Question That Nobody Asked [21/08/2016]
Clive Crook, Bloomberg View

May's Brexit Plan: Strategies for Leaving the EU [19/08/2016]
Tim Cullen, Foreign Affairs

We won't trigger Article 50 until after 2017 – and that means Brexit may never happen at all [19/08/2016]
Denis MacShane, The Independent

How the Eurozone Can Be Strengthened After Brexit [06/2016]
Olivier Blanchard, PIIE

We won't issue Article 50 until after 2017 – and that means Brexit may never happen at all [15/08/2016]
Denis MacShane, The Independent

Brexit and King Canute [15/08/2016]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

Ireland Waits Uneasily for the Brexit Blow to Fall [14/08/2016]

Scotland After Brexit [09/08/2016]
Richard G. Whitman, CFR

Brexit was a crisis long in the making [08/08/1016]
Desmond Cohen, Open Democracy

Bank’s reality check highlights Brexit vacuum [05/08/1016]
Ben Fox, EU Observer

Europe seen from the outside - the British view [04/08/2016]
Mark Leonard, ECFR

How a U.K. Labour party meltdown could play out in wake of Brexit vote [28/07/2016]
Richard V. Reeves, Wall Street Journal

Il faut minimiser les dommages dus au Brexit [22/07/2016]
Charles Flanagan, Le Monde

Four scenarios: how Brexit process could unfold [20/07/2016]
Alex Barker, Financial Times

A Time for British Statesmanship [19/07/2016]
John Bew, New Statesman

Post-Brexit: a new era for Anglo-Asian relations [19/07/2016]
Peter Tasker, Nikkei Asian Review

Theresa May’s Shock Therapy [19/07/2016]
Matthew d’Ancona, The New York Times

Why is Article 50 so important for Brexit? [19/07/2016]
David Allen Green, Financial Times

Brexit Shows Science and Politics Don't Mix [18/07/2016]
David Wojick, Real Clear World

The EU spurred democracy and prosperity in Eastern Europe. After Brexit, is that over? [18/07/2016]
Hannah Thoburn, The Vox

The irresistible rise of Theresa May [16/07/2016]
The Economist

After Brexit, Europe's Dueling Nostalgias [14/07/2016]
Ivan Krastev, New York Times

How Will Theresa May Steer Britain? [12/07/2016]
Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post

Whatever Charisma Is, I Don't Have It [01/07/2016]
Michael Gove, Spectator

Think Britain Is Angry and Divided? Look at the Continent [01/07/2016]
Timothy G. Ash, Guardian

Reawakening Europe [01/07/2016]
Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate

How to Crash Putin's Brexit Party [01/07/2016]
Robert D. Kaplan, Wall Street Journal

The revolving Brexit door [01/07/2016]
Paul O’Grady, EU Observer

Cameron, Johnson, Gove, May : les coulisses du Parti conservateur [01/07/2016]
Laetitia Strauch-Bonart, Le Figaro

Retirarse de la Unión Europea [01/07/2016]
Santiago Muñoz Machado, El Mundo

Britain Is Starting to Look Like Greece [01/07/2016]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Boris Johnson and the Years of a Clown [01/07/2016]
D. D. Guttenplan, New York Times

Nuclear Brexit [30/06/2016]
Hugh Gusterson, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Brexit and Whatever After [30/06/2016]
Theodore Dalrymple, City Journal

Westminster’s Squabbling Is Making Brexit Worse [30/06/2016]
Paola Subacchi, Chatham House

Bye bye, Boris, the man who wouldn’t clear up his own mess [30/06/2016]
Marina Hyde, The Guardian

The Brexit contagion could consume the French elite next [30/06/2016]
Philippe Le Corre, Brookings

Can We All Please Stop With the Brexit Shadenfreude? [30/06/2016]
Christine Nikol, Observer

No Lehman moment on currency markets after Brexit vote [30/06/2016]
Zsolt Darvas, Bruegel

Brexit : vingt intellectuels eurocritiques lancent un appel pour un nouveau traité [30/06/2016]
AA.VV., Le Figaro

Britain’s Leave Vote Is an Opening for Putin [29/06/2016]
Keir Giles, Wall Street Journal

Salvage from the breckage [29/06/2016]
Nick Witney, ECFR

What Brexit Reveals About Rising Populism [29/06/2016]
Edward Alden, Council on Foreign Relations

Les leçons du Brexit [29/06/2016]
Charles Wyplosz, Les Temps

Brexit Threatens World Peace and Security [29/06/2016]
Alex de Waal, Boston Review

Praying about the next steps for Brexit [29/06/2016]
Rosalie E. Dunbar, CS Monitor

The Future of Europe? Bummer...[29/06/2016]
Heather A. Conley, CSIS

The Brexit Scenarios: Towards a New UK-EU Relationship [06/2016]
Pol Morillas, CIDOB

With this shock a new, EU-friendly Britain is born [29/06/2016]
Natalie Nougayrède, The Guardian

Saving British internationalism from Brexit [29/06/2016]
Richard Gowan & Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, ECFR

Where does Angela Merkel stand on Brexit? [29/06/2016]
Ulrich Speck, Financial Times

How EU Overreach Pushed Britain Out [29/06/2016]
Martin Feldstein, Project Syndicate

Frexit Is Coming [29/06/2016]
Robert Zaretsky, Foreign Policy

Markets and broken promises in the UK referendum [29/06/2016]
Guntram B. Wolff, Bruegel

L’UE « réunit tous les ingrédients pour devenir cet Etat minimal que les libéraux appellent de leurs vœux » [29/06/2016]
Gaspard Koenig, Le Monde

The myths that Brexit was built on [28/06/2016]
Ana Swanson, Washington Post

A new social and political contract for Europe [28/06/2016}
Mattia Toaldo, ECFR

What a Prime Minister Boris Johnson should do next [28/06/2016]
Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Bright side to Brexit: UK's ecommerce platform potential can easily surpass that of Europe [28/06/2016]
Haydn Shaughnessy, International Business Times

«Le Brexit ébranle les fondements de la sécurité européenne» [28/06/2016]
Camille Grand, L’Opinion

Why the UK must trigger Article 50 immediately [28/06/2016]
Sebastian Koehler, LSE

Inequality not personalities drove Britain to Brexit [28/06/2016]
Matthew Goodwin, Politico

Brexit’s Threat to Global Growth [28/06/2016]
Robert Kahn, CFR

Après le Brexit, le printemps des peuples est inévitable! [28/06/2016]
Marine Le Pen, New York Times

Brexit is great news for the rest of the EU [28/06/2016]
Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian

The Roots of Brexit: 1992, 2004, and European Union Expansion [28/06/2016]
Peter Hall, Foreign Affairs

Brexit: The Norway option is the best available for the UK [28/06/2016]
Wolfgang Münchau, Financial Times

‘Brexit’ Doesn’t Mean Game Over, but It May Be Just the First Domino [28/06/2016]
Andrew Ross Sorkin, New York Times

Brexit Winners and Losers: Putin Wins, Merkel Loses [28/06/2016]
Ben Nimmo, Newsweek

Brexit: menos energía para Europa [28/06/2016]
Gonzalo Escribano, Elcano

Remettre l'Europe sur de bons rails [27/06/2016]
Edouard Tetreau, Les Echos

This may be the week that finally breaks the Labour Party [27/06/2016]
Charles Lees, The Conversation

After Brexit: Chaos and Buyer’s Remorse? [27/06/2016]
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard ,PIIE

Leave the UK alone [27/06/2016]
François Godement , ECFR

Why the EU Should Slow Down [27/06/2016]
Rosa Balfour, Hans Kundnani &Daniela Schwarzer, German Marshall Fund

The Big Worry in Berlin is Now France and its Eurosceptic Voters [27/06/2016]
Hans Kundnani, German Marshall Fund

How Britain Could Exit ‘Brexit’ [27/06/2016]
Max Fisher, New York Times

Brexit : une gifle pour les élites, une chance pour l'Europe [27/06/2016]
Etienne Dujardin, Le Vif [27/06/16]

I walked from Liverpool to London. Brexit was no surprise [27/06/2016]
Mike Carter, The Guardian

The world’s losers are revolting, and Brexit is only the beginning [27/06/2016]
Matt O'Brien, Washington Post

Brexit, twilight of globalization? Not quite, not yet [27/06/2016]
Mireya Solís, Brookings Institution

Could Scotland Really Veto Brexit? [27/06/2016]
Alan Renwick, Newsweek

The global order is dying. But it’s an illusion to think Britain can survive without the EU [27/06/2016]
Paul Mason, The Guardian

Uncertainty Is the New Normal After U.K.'s Startling Vote [27/06/2016]
Conor Sen, Bloomberg

I do not believe that Brexit will happen [27/06/2016]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

After Brexit, what more can the older generation do to show their disdain for young people? Push out Jeremy Corbyn [27/06/2016]
Liam Young, The Independent

Brexit against the wishes of Scotland and Northern Ireland would violate the UK’s [27/06/2016]
Jo Murkens, LSE

Bullxit [27/06/2016]
Sadakat Kadri, London Review of Books

Brexit's Impact on the Middle East [27/06/2016]
Daniel Serwer, MEI

After Brexit, US will need a new 'BFF' [27/06/2016]
Philippe Le Corre, CNBC

Brexit: Isolationism or Atlanticism? [27/06/2016]
Max Boot, Commentary Magazine

Brexit, twilight of globalization? Not quite, not yet [27/06/2016]
Mireya Solís, Brookings

Brexit: A Leap into the Article 50 Dark [27/06/2016]
Simond de Galbert, CSIS

A step towards disintegration [27/06/2016]
Erik Jones, IISS

The EEA: A Safe Harbour in the Brexit Storm [27/06/2016]
Richard G Whitman, Chatham House

Brexit aftermath: The West’s decline and China’s rise [27/06/2016]
David Dollar, Brookings

Historic Failure [27/06/2016]
Bernard Porter, London Review of Books

US-UK-China Relations: Post-Brexit Outlook [26/06/2016]
Entrevista a Jackson Ng, The Diplomat

Jumpstarting Europe’s Economy [26/06/2016]
Laura Tyson & Eric Labaye, Project Syndicate

Britain Is a Part of Europe and Always Will Be [26/06/2016]
Boris Johnson, Telegraph

The Collapse of the Liberal World Order [26/06/2016]
Stephen M. Walt, Foreign Policy

This Is Just the Start of the Brexit’s Economic Disaster [26/06/2016]
Philippe Legrain, New York Times

Las Consecuencias Del Brexit [06/2016]
Entrevista a Andrés Malamud, El Economista

We need a second referendum. The consequences of Brexit are too grave [26/06/2016]
David Lammy, The Guardian

Who Will Be Britain’s Next Prime Minister? [26/06/2016]
Toby Young, The Wall Street Journal

Stop sneering at Leave voters. They knew exactly what they were doing [26/06/2016]
Michael Skey, Open Democracy

Britain is sailing into a storm with no one at the wheel [26/06/2016]
The Economist

What does the Middle East think of Brexit? A lot more than you'd assume [26/06/2016]
Robert Fisk, The Independent

The UK Will Survive, but Europe Won't [26/06/2016]
Sławomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate

An open letter to Europe, on behalf of the 48 per cent who voted to remain [26/06/2016]
James Moore, The Independent

The Future of Europe: So What if the British Are Leaving? [26/06/2016]
Christoph Schult, Der Spiegel

Parliament must decide what Brexit means in the interests of the whole Kingdom [26/06/2016]
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Telegraph

Europe is the creation of the Third World [26/06/2016]
Hamid Dabashi, Al Jazeera

The New Divided Kingdom: A Brexit Post-Mortem [25/06/2016]
John McCormick, Foreign Affairs

Le Brexit, La Faute À Qui? [25/06/2016]
Sylvie Goulard, Le Point

What Brexit means for UK-China ties [25/06/2016]
Lauren Dickey, Strife

Theresa May: Britain’s Angela Merkel? [25/06/2016]
George Parker and Helen Warrell, Financial Times

What China Thinks About Brexit [25/06/2016]
Kerry Brown, The Diplomat

How Brexit is a Win for Putin [25/06/2016]
Michael McFaul, The Washington Post

Does Brexit portend the end of European unity? [25/06/2016]
Constanze Stelzenmüller, Washington Post

Brexit and the Future of Europe [25/06/2016]
George Soros, Project Syndicate

Two Cheers for Westphalia [25/06/2016]
Tara Helfman, Commentary Magazine

Can The Scottish Parliament Block Brexit? [25/06/2016]
Jolyon Maugham, Waiting for Godot

The Meaning of Brexit [25/06/2016]
Jeffrey D. Sachs, Project Syndicate

The New Divided Kingdom: A Brexit Post-Mortem [25/06/2016]
John McCormick, Foreign Affairs

The "greatest catastrophe" of the 21st century? Brexit and the dissolution of the U.K. [24/06/2016]
Fiona Hill, Brookings

Brexit won’t shield Britain from the horror of a disintegrating EU [24/06/2016]
Yanis Varoufakis, The Guardian

Were the EU’s founding fathers hopeless dreamers? [24/06/2016]
Kemal Kirişci, Brookings

As an English European, this is the biggest defeat of my political life [24/06/2016]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

A British Tragedy in One Act [24/06/2016]
Chris Patten, Project Syndicate

What's the Difference Between England, Britain and the U.K.? [24/06/2016]
Erin Blakemore, Smithsonia

Britain’s Democratic Failure [24/06/2016]
Kenneth Rogoff, Project Syndicate

'If You've Got Money, You Vote in ... If You Haven't Got Money, You Vote Out' [24/06/2016]
John Harris, The Guardian

The Brexit debate is far from over: there will have to be a further vote [24/06/2016]
James Strong, LSE

What does Brexit mean for poor people? [24/06/2016]
Homi Kharas, Brookings

How will the EU interpret the Brexit vote? [24/06/2016]
Tim Oliver, LSE

Britain wants a sweetheart deal after Brexit. Fat chance Germany will give it one. [24/06/2016]
Abraham Newman, Washington Post

The Brexit referendum: Britain between the past and the future [24/06/2016]
Peter A. Hall, Washington Post

Do the Experts Know Anything? [24/06/2016]
Justin Fox, Bloomberg

Brexit: Less freedom, economic costs, meaner politics [24/06/2016]
Joshua P. Meltzer, Brookings

The English have placed a bomb under the Irish peace process [24/06/2016]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

Brexit | Legally and constitutionally, what now? [24/06/2016]
Mark Elliott, Public Law for Everyone

Brexit : les leçons d’un cataclysme [24/06/2016]
Dominique Moïsi, Les Echos

Brexit is terrifying — and no, not because of the economics [24/06/2016]
Zack Beauchamp, VOX

Brexit Decision: The UK Needs to Become the EU's New Best Friend [24/06/2016]
Malcolm Chalmers, RUSI

Here’s why pollsters and pundits got Brexit wrong [24/06/2016]
Chris Hanretty, Washington Post

Brexit: The foreign policy implications [24/06/2016]
Mark Leonard, ECFR

Brexit: The Reality [24/06/2016]
Robin Niblett, Chatham House

Political losses from Brexit will be deep and enduring [24/06/2016]
Richard Haass, Financial Times

Incendió la casa para salvar los muebles y se quedó sin casa y sin muebles [24/06/2016]
Felipe González Márquez, El País 

Leave wins, Cameron goes: so what now for the Conservatives? [24/06/2016]
Anushka Asthana, The Guardian

Después del ‘Brexit’: La conjura contra los necios [24/06/2016]
Ignacio Molina, Real Instituto Elcano

An unprecedented act of self-sabotage[24/06/2016]
Benjamin Ramm, Open Democracy

Brexit resignation: why British PM David Cameron had to go [24/06/2016]
Victoria Honeyman, The Conversation

With Britain Leaving, Europe Will Need to Quickly Carry On [24/06/2016]
Daniela Schwarzer, German Marshall Fund

When you take a look at the numbers, it's clear: this referendum was decided by the grey English vote [24/06/2016]
Andy McSmith, The Independent

It's Time for Europeans to Take a Stand [24/06/2016]
Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg

Revenge Would Be the Wrong EU Response to U.K. Exit [24/06/2016]
Mark Gilbert, Bloomberg

The biggest threat of Brexit is not to the UK but to the rest of Europe  [24/06/2016]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

A reverse Greenland: the EU should let Scotland stay [24/06/2016]
Adam Ramsay, Open Democracy

Brexit is happening, and this is what you voted for [24/06/2016]
Liam Young, The Independent

Brexit Is an Act of Deliberate Self-Mutilation [24/06/2016]
Christoph Scheuermann, Der Spiegel

Why did the UK vote to leave the European Union? [24/06/2016]
Stephen Fisher, Elections ETC

Britain's Out. Now what? [24/06/2016]
Charles Grant, Christian Odendahl, CER

La noche británica [24/06/2016]
Lluís Bassets, El País

Eight reasons Leave won the UK's referendum on the EU [24/06/2016]
BBC News

Unexpectedly high turnout in Leave areas pushed the campaign to victory [24/06/2016]
You Gov

Brexit is on: Britain votes to leave the EU – experts respond [24/06/2016]
AA.VV., The Conversation

Europe's Offer to a Post-Brexit Britain [24/06/2016]
Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform

Brexit: quel scénario de sortie pour le Royaume-uni?[24/06/2016]
Anne Cheyvialle, Le Figaro

The Long Road to Brexit [24/06/2016]
Robert Tombs, Foreign Policy

Seven Lessons From the U.K.'s Departure [24/06/2016]
Mohamed A. El-Erian, Bloomberg

Five consequences of the UK’s exit from the EU [24/06/2016]
Tony Barber, Financial Times

What will Brexit mean for the City of London? [24/06/2016]
Patrick Jenkins, Financial Times

Carnegie Experts on the British EU Referendum

Judy Dempsey, Thomas de Waal, Jan Techau, Sinan Ülgen, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

‘Trexit’: Europa traumatizada por el ‘Brexit’ [24/06/2016]
José Ignacio Torreblanca , El País

Relax: Asia can manage Brexit [24/06/2016]
Frederic Neumann, Asia Nikkei

Brexit: Unknown forces unleashed by outcome [24/06/2016]
Derry Hogue, The Interpreter

What happens now that Britain has voted for Brexit [24/06/2016]
The Economist

This map shows Britain’s striking geographical divide over Brexit [24/06/2016]
Melissa Etehad, Washington Post

Remember June 23 2016. It's the day Britain stopped being a liberal country [24/06/2016]
Tom Peck, The Independent

The biggest threat of Brexit is not to the UK but to the rest of Europe [24/06/2016]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Britain’s decision to leave the E.U. is a warning to America [24/06/2016]
Anne Applebaum, Washington Post

Why the Dutch won’t rush to Nexit and follow Britain out of the EU [24/06/2016]
Joris Luyendijk, The Guardian

The Day After Brexit: What Do We Know? [24/06/2016]
Uuriintuya Batsaikhan, Bruegel

Brexit: the world’s most complex divorce begins [24/06/2016]
Alex Barker, Financial Times

The British Vote No to Europe [24/06/2016]
Judy Dempsey, Carnegie

Brexit spells disaster for France [24/06/2016]
François Heisbourg, Financial Times

What are the economic consequences of Brexit? [24/06/2016]
Financial Times

Who Wins From Brexit? China [24/06/2016]
Michael Schuman, Bloomberg

Brexit and the Weakness of the West [24/06/2016]
Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest

Britain has voted for Brexit – what happens now? [24/06/2016]
Gavin Barrett, Irish Times

How Brexit could cost jobs, cut incomes and damage the living standards of millions [24/06/2016]
Ben Chu, The Independent

The remarkable parallels between the Brexit vote and the rise of Donald Trump [24/06/2016]
Chris Cillizza, Washington Post

The dispossessed voted for Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn offers real change [24/06/2016]
Diane Abbott, The Guardian

Britain’s Bold Leap into the Unknown [24/06/2016]
Robert Kahn, CFR

U.S. bears some responsibility for Brexit [24/06/2016]
Danielle Allen, Washington Post

Britain’s great divide [23/06/2016]
James Bartholomew, The Spectator

Cameron’s plan to put his party back together [23/06/2016]
James Forsyth, The Spectator

Thatcher Biographer: How the Tories Turned Against the EU [23/06/2016]
Interview Conducted by Christoph Scheuermann, Der Spiegel

To Be Fixed, Europe Needs a Wrecking Ball [23/06/2016]
David Ignatius, The Washington Post

Why Germany Needs the British [23/06/2016]
Peter Müller, Christoph Pauly and Christoph Scheuermann, Der Spiegel

Brexit sheds unflattering light on finance’s need to look clever [23/06/2016]
Dan McCrum, Financial Times

Why it is in Britain’s interests to protect such a fragile Europe [23/06/2016]
Simon Jenkins, Evening Standard

The isolationist catastrophe of 'Brexit' [23/06/2016]
Brian Klaas and Marcel Dirsus, Los Angeles Times

What Brookings experts are saying about Brexit [23/06/2016]
Fred Dews, Brookings

The UK is now two nations, staring across a political chasm [23/06/2016]
John Harris, The Guardian

The perils of a populist paean to ignorance [23/06/2016]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Pas de grand sursaut européen en vue après un éventuel Brexit [23/06/2016]
Catherine Chatignoux, Les Échos

Pase lo que pase, más Europa [23/06/2016]
José Manuel García-Margallo, El País

These countries could be next if Britain leaves the E.U. [23/06/2016]
Rick Noack, Washington Post

Responding to Europe’s populist challenge [23/06/2016]
Philippe Maze-Sencier, Europe’s World

Sudoku europeo [23/06/2016]
José Ignacio Torreblanca, El País

The Brexiteers’ exit plan: legally dubious, unfeasible and likely to antagonise our neighbours [22/06/2016]
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska and Adam Lazowski, LSE

¿Y si gana el “Brexit” en el referéndum? [22/06/2016]
Ignacio Molina, Elcano

The Business Case For Brexit [22/06/2016]
Matt Ridley, The Wall Street Journal

Boris Johnson’s closing speech was the defining moment of the campaign [22/06/2016]
James Bartholomew, The Spectator

Does the Brexit Vote Mark the End of Internationalism? [22/06/2016]
John Feffer, Foreign policy in Focus

Win or Lose, the Brexit Vote Shows How Hard It Is to Defend the EU [22/06/2016]
David Miller, Foreign Policy

Take it from a divorcee: Brexit will cost you dear [22/06/2016]
Niall Ferguson, The Spectator

Brexit : le risque d'un effet domino en Europe [22/06/2016]
Marie Bartnik, Le Figaro

There is legitimate anger at the EU, and then there is populism and nationalism [22/06/2016]
Simon Tilford, CER

Britain’s Point of No Return: Europe’s Democratic Dysfunction and the False Promise of Referenda [22/06/2016]
Matthias Matthijs, Foreign Affairs

What next for Ukip after the EU referendum? [22/06/2016]
Isabel Hardman, The Spectator

Denial then panic: how the EU misjudged the British mood [22/06/2016]
Natalie Nougayrède, The Guardian

Leveraging Leave: The Pragmatic Case for Voting for Brexit [22/06/2016]
Douglas Murray, Foreign Affairs

What next for Ukip after the EU referendum? [22/06/2016]
Isabel Hardman, The Spectator

Judy Asks: Will the UK Referendum Irreparably Damage Europe? [22/06/2016]
Judy Dempsey, Carnegie

Why is America so alarmed by a Brexit vote? [22/06/2016]
Edward Luce, Financial Times

The Logic of Brexit [22/06/2016]
George Friedman, Real Clear World

Why I believe Britain belongs in Europe [21/06/2016]
Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Why a Brexit is unlikely to happen even if the public votes for it [21/06/2016]
Adam Payne, Business Insider

Brexit Backlash [21/06/2016]
Jonathan Hopkin, Foreign Affairs

¿Es el Espacio Económico Europeo una alternativa válida en caso de Brexit? [21/06/2016]
Enrique Viguera, Elcano

Brexit and the Case for Modern Nationalism [21/06/2016]
Rich Lowry, Politico

Britain’s Point of No Return [21/06/2016]
Matthias Matthijs, Foreign Affairs

Brexit : « L’Europe doit sortir de son silence » [21/06/2016]
Jean Arthuis, Le Monde

America fears effect of Brexit way beyond Britain [21/06/2016]
Jérôme Fenoglio, Le Monde

America fears effect of Brexit way beyond Britain [21/06/2016]
Philip Gordon, Financial Times

Brexit, Trump, Rome : les populistes gouverneront-ils un jour? [21/06/2016]
Alexandre Devecchio, Le Figaro

Brexit Backlash [21/06/2016]
Jonathan Hopkin, Foreign Affairs

Would Brexit be the final straw for financial services in the UK? [20/06/2016]
Robert van Geffen, LSE

Brexit in Context [20/06/2016]
Michael Spence, Project Syndicate

Brits abroad: How Brexit could hurt expats [20/06/2016]
Susi Dennison & Dina Pardijs, ECFR

The rise and fall of Europe, in maps [20/06/2016]
Ishaan Tharoor and Laris Karklis, Washington Post

Europe’s Wake-Up Call [20/06/2016]
Giles Merritt, Project Syndicate

EU referendum: Britain's opponents would love to cause mischief if we left the European Union [20/06/2016]
William Hague, Telegraph

Tragedy and Uncertainty in Britain’s Vote on Europe [20/06/2016]
Hans Kundnani, German Marshall Fund

Brexit would make Britain the world’s most hated nation

Antony Beevor, The Guardian

Le Brexit n’est pas qu’une question britannique [20/06/2016]
Christian Lequesne, CERI 

Référendum britannique: quelles conséquences en matière de justice et d'affaires intérieures? [20/06/2016]
Pascale Joannin, Fondation Robert Schuman 

« Le Brexit ouvre un débat utile pour l’Europe » [20/06/2016]
Renaud Thillaye, Le Monde

The Consequences of a Brexit [20/06/2016]
AA.VV., New York Times

Tragedy and Uncertainty in Britain’s Vote on Europe [20/06/2016]
Hans Kundnani, GMF

Is the murder of Jo Cox a turning point? [20/06/2016]
Dalibor Rohac, AEIdeas

Immigration will define the EU referendum, and the future of politics thereafter

John McTernan, Telegraph

Northern Ireland is vital for the Remain campaign [20/06/2016]
Dawn Walsh and Scott Lucas, The Conversation

Brexit: Why Nobody Can Predict How the U.K. Will Vote [20/06/2016]
Peter Kellner, Newsweek

It’s not too late for the tone of this referendum to change [20/06/2016]
Archie Bland, The Guardian

Jo Cox and Britain’s Place in Europe [20/06/2016]
Roger Cohen, New York Times

The year of the ‘Brexit’? [20/06/2016]
Desmond Lachman, The Hill

Good Riddance to Great Britain [19/06/2016]
Thomas von der Dunk, Foreign Policy

Change the whole course of European history by backing Brexit [19/06/2016]
Boris Johnson, Telegraph

Please Vote Leave. It's Our Only Chance. [19/06/2016]
Boris Johnson, Telegraph

The Eurosceptic map of Britain [19/06/2016]
Will Dahlgreen, You Gov

Brexit voters believe there is nothing to lose [19/06/2016]
Lesley Riddoch, The Scotsman

3 Reasons China Fears Brexit [19/06/2016]
Ivan Lidarev, National Interest

Left wingers for Brexit need to wake up to what they’re about to do [19/06/2016]
Ragnar Weilandt, The Conversation

Brexit is being driven by English nationalism. And it will end in self-rule [19/06/2016]
Fintan O'Toole, The Guardian

I’m a eurosceptic Norwegian – but I think Britain should stay in the EU [19/06/2016]
Marit Haldar, The Conversation

Brexit: les (vraies) bonnes et mauvaises raisons pour les Anglais de voter au référendum [18/06/2016]
Stanislas Kraland, Le HuffPost 

I want my country back from nasty nationalists [18/06/2016]
Euan McColm, The Scotsman

The Brexit Debate Takes a Dark Turn [18/06/2016]
Feargus O'Sullivan, The Atlantic

The aftershocks of a vote to leave the EU will rebound on Britain [18/06/2016]
Natalie Nougayrède, The Guardian

I like the EU, but I’m voting out [18/06/2016]
Patrick Collinson, The Guardian

An abject, self-imposed humiliation awaits if this proud, important country walks away [18/06/2016]
David Cameron, Telegraph

Brexit’s Impact on the World Economy [17/06/2016]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

So Britain, are you ready to enter the United Kingdom of Ukip? [17/06/2016]
Marina Hyde, The Guardian

From Great Britain to Little England [16/06/2016]
Neal Ascherson, New York Times

Entrevista a Sarkozy : «Notre société est attaquée et la réponse n'est pas à la hauteur» [16/06/2016]
Philippe Gélie, Le Figaro

Does Putin Really Want A Brexit From The EU? [16/06/2016]
Alexander Titov, Richard Sakwa, Newsweek

On Brexit and the Jews [16/06/2016]
David Patrikarakos, The Tower

The high cost of a protest vote for Brexit [16/06/2016]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

Why the Leave campaign should pray they don’t win [16/06/2016]
Nick Cohen, The Spectator

Brexit would be a big deal for the global economy [16/06/2016]
Desmond Lachman, Economics21

Why Brexit would be bad news for the US [16/06/2016]
Aaron Klein and DJ Nordquist, Brookings

Brexit’ could be a self-inflicted wound for Britain [16/06/2016]
Charles Lane, Washington Post

Europe Needs Britain [16/06/2016]
Roger Cohen, New York Times

Eastern Europe Is Both Dreading Brexit and Ready For It [16/06/2016]
Ivan Krastev, The New York Times

Trident or the EU: which is better for peace and security? [16/06/2016]
Rebecca Johnson, Open Democracy

Has England gone mad? [15/06/2016]
Alex Massie, The Spectator

Del uso de la Historia en la campaña del Brexit [15/06/2016]
Antonio Rubio Plo, Elcano

Brexit: Good for the United States? [15/06/2016]
Richard N. Haass & John Fonte, American Interest

Unlike life and the universe, Europe has no simple answer [15/06/2016]
Rafael Behr, The Guardian

For 50 years voters have been denied a genuine debate on immigration. Now we’re paying the price [15/06/2016]
Gary Younge, The Guardian

Is Brexit good for America? Nope [15/06/2016]
Aaron Klein and DJ Nordquist, Brookings

Can the United Kingdom government legally disregard a vote for Brexit? [14/06/2016]
David Allen Green, Financial Times

We can only contemplate leaving the EU because its miracles have become banal [14/06/2016]
Gilbert Ramsay, Open Democracy

Two big flaws in the Economists for Brexit plan [14/06/2016]
Agelos Delis, The Conversation

Gordon Brown is taking the long view of European history – and that will swing the last votes [13/06/2016]
Charlie Cooper, The Independent

5 Hard Truths about Brexit [13/06/2016]
Joergen Oerstroem Moeller, National Interest

Brexit vote is about the supremacy of Parliament and nothing else: Why I am voting to leave the EU [12/06/2016]
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Telegraph

Post-Brexit Britain Would Double Down on Middle East Alliances [13/06/2016]
Jane Kinninmont, Chatham House

Britain: A time to lead rather than leave the EU? [13/06/2016]
Philip Stephens, Financial Times

EU referendum: The opinion polls are basically 50-50 [12/06/2016]
John Rentoul, The Independent

Six reasons to keep calm and vote Remain [11/06/2016]
Matthew Parris, The Spectator

The six best reasons to vote Leave [11/06/2016]
Daniel Hannan, The Spectator

Weighing the Impact of Brexit [10/06/2016]
AA.VV., Council on Foreign Relations

Euro 2016 could turn EU referendum result upside down [10/06/2016]
Simon Chadwick, The Conversation

The UK's 50-Year EU Debate

Chatham House 

Weighing the Impact of Brexit [10/06/2016]
AA.VV., Council on Foreign Relations

Brexit backfire? UK actually has more ‘energy sovereignty’ inside the EU than out [09/06/2016]
Paul Ekins, The Conversation

Comment: We will still trade freely with the EU if we vote Leave [09/06/2016]
Allister Heath, The Telegraph

The conservative case against Brexit [09/06/2016]
Dalibor Rohac, Foreign Affairs

Piensen lo que piensen, voten [08/06/2016]
Timothy Garton Ash, El País

Euroskepticism Beyond Brexit [07/06/2016]
Bruce Stokes, Pew Research Center

Russia's Silence Conceals a Preference for Brexit [07/06/2016]
James Nixey, Chatham House

With Brexit London would lose business as a global financial centre [06/06/2016]
Nicolas Véron, Bruegel

Out and down: Mapping the impact of Brexit [06/2016]
Economist Intelligence Unit 

Y si hay un Brexit, ¿qué pasará entre el Reino Unido y la UE? [02/06/2016]
Salvador Llaudes, Elcano

"Brexit" will cost 6% of GDP [02/06/2016]
The Economist 

Brexit's Consequences For the UK—and the EU [01/06/2016]
Steven Blockmans and Michael Emerson, Centre for European Policy Studies

Brexit: the beginning of the end of the EU? [25/05/2016]
Jan Rood, Clingendael

Brexit: Views from Brussels, Berlin, Paris, and Warsaw [18/05/2016]
Michael Leigh, Daniela Schwarzer, Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Michal Baranowski, German Marshall Fund

Brexit : les Britanniques posent les bonnes questions [17/05/2016]
Vladimir Vodarevski, Contrepoints

Differentiation as a double-edged sword: member states’ practices and Brexit [05/2016]
Thierry Chopin and Christian Lequesne, International Affairs

Unilateral withdrawal from the EU: realistic scenario or a folly? [05/2016]
Adam Łazowski, Journal of European Public Policy

Britain, the EU and the Sovereignty Myth [09/05/2016]
Robin Niblett CMG, Chatham House

Britain flirts with economic insanity [01/05/2016]
Robert J. Samuelson,Washington Post

EU Referendum - Europeans Watch Our Referendum Debate with Fascination and Fear [23/04/2016]
Hans Kundnani, German Marshall Fund

When politics prevails: the political economy of a Brexit [04/2016]
Mads Dagnis Jensen & Holly Snaith, Journal of European Public Policy

Ties that bind, can also strangle: the Brexit threat and the hardships of reforming the EU [04/2016]
Daniela Annette Kroll & Dirk Leuffen, Journal of European Public Policy

European and international views of Brexit [04/2016]
Tim Oliver, Journal of European Public Policy

‘Slow change may pull us apart’: debating a British exit from the European Union [04/2016]
Graham Butler, Mads Dagnis Jensen & Holly Snaith, Journal of European Public Policy

A vote for Brexit is a vote against Toryism [22/04/2016]
Alex Massie, Telegraph

Voting on European Integration: A Long History of Skepticism [19/04/2016]
Dan Bilefsky, New York Times

Brexit : Un Compromis Possible Entre Le Royaume-Uni Et Les Etats Membres De L’UE ? [2015]

Fact Check: is Brexit the way to escape TTIP? [26/05/2016]
Zhongdong Niu, The Conversation

The ideologues within [09/05/2016]
John Springford, Simon Tilford, CER

Special relationships in flux: Brexit and the future of the US– EU and US–UK relationships [05/2016]
Tim Oliver and Michael John Williams, International Affairs

Brexit or Bremain: what future for the UK’s European diplomatic strategy? [05/2016]
Richard G. Whitman, International Affairs

Five questions on the implications of a Brexit for EU Justice and Home Affairs policies [18/05/2016]
Sophia Besch, Camino Mortera-Martinez, CER

Gallantry can reunite Tories after poll [16/05/2016]
Jacob Rees-Mogg, Financial Times

Brexit would be a challenge for Berlin [15/05/2016]
Charles Grant, Financial Times

Churchill entra en campaña [11/05/2016]
Lluís Bassets, El País

Only Brexit offers a positive vision for Britain’s role in the world [09/05/2016]
Crispin Blunt, London Evening Standard

Why Brexit would be the perfect gift for Vladimir Putin [13/05/2016]
Garry Kasparov, The Guardian

Meet the Europeans in Britain's Brexit heartland [11/05/2016]
Mark Leonard, ECFR

Britain, the EU and the Sovereignty Myth [09/05/2016]
Robin Niblett, Chatham House

Let’s vote ‘in’ to renew the EU, says Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor [07/05/2016]
Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, The Spectator

Brexit Does Not Mean Scottish Independence [04/05/2016]
Iain Martin, CapX

Should Britain Stay Or Should It Go (podcast) [03/05/2016]
David Rothkopf, Ben Pauker, Rosa Brooks, and Kori Schake, Foreign Policy

Brexit fears weighing down UK manufacturing? Dream on [03/05/2016]
Larry Elliott, The Guardian

Scottish Independence Back on the Table as Brexit Gains Momentum [29/04/2016]
Maria Savel, World Politics Review

Brexiteers Are Pining for Empire [29/04/2016]
Pankaj Mishra, Bloomberg View

The economic case for Brexit [28/04/2016]
Philip B. Whyman, The Conversation

For U.K. and EU, Breaking Up Is Legally Hard to Do [28/04/2016]
Stephen Fidler, Wall Street Journal

Who Will Speak for Northern Ireland? The Looming Danger of an Ulster Brexit [04/2015]
Edward Burke, RUSI Journal

The UK’s In-Out Referendum: Implications for EU Foreign and Defence Policy [04/2015]
RUSI Journal

On Europe Even We Can Agree: For British Workers It’s Better In [28/04/2016]
David Cameron and Brendan Barber, The Guardian

« Brexit », le jour d’après [27/04/2016]
Arnaud Leparmentier, Le Monde

Britain's Military Standing Would Not Suffer After Brexit [26/04/2016]
Anand Menon, Chatham House

A Greek View of Brexit [25/04/2016]
Nikos Konstandaras, New York Times

Understanding HM Treasury’s Brexit analysis [25/04/2016]
Jérémie Cohen-Setton, Bruegel

Sorting facts from spin in the ‘strikingly polarized’ Brexit debate [25/04/2016]
Entrevista a Will Moy, POLITICO

Europeans watch our referendum debate with fascination and fear [24/04/2016]
Hans Kundnani, Ylva Elvis Nilsson and Maria Torrens Tillack, The Guardian

Brexit: What it Means for the United States [24/04/2016]
Joseph V. Micallef, Huffington Post

Whether it’s Brexit or remain, David Cameron is not going anywhere [24/04/2016]
Matthew d'Ancona, The Guardian

Brexit: Lessons from the east about what folly it would be to choose isolation [24/04/2016]
Andrew Rawnsley, The Guardian

Brexit : Obama l’Européen [23/04/2016]
Sylvie Kauffmann, Le Monde

I'm no fan of Obama. But on Brexit, he does speak for America [23/04/2016]
Anne Applebaum, The Spectator

Brexit and British National Security
Nick Fishwick, The Cipher

The Debate Over 'Brexit' [22/04/2016]
James McBride, Council on Foreign Relations

A vote for Brexit is a vote against Toryism [22/04/2016]
Alex Massie, The Spectator

The Price Britain Would Pay for Divorcing Europe [22/04/2016]
Clive Crook, Bloomberg View

The US Has the Right to Argue for Remain [22/04/2016]
Robin Niblett, Chatham House

If Brexit, then Swexit? [22/04/2016]
Bernard Porter and Kajsa Ohrlander, London Review of Books

Barack Obama: As your friend, let me say that the EU makes Britain even greater [22/04/2016]
Barack Obama, The Daily Telgraph

Whatever happened to David Cameron's 'radical Britain'? [21/04/2016]
James Kirkup, The Daily Telegraph

How America Can Reap the Benefits of Brexit [21/04/2016]
Peter E. Harrell, Foreign Policy

How David Cameron got Barack Obama to fight Brexit [21/04/2016]
Tom McTague e Edward-Isaac Dovere, Politico

Brexit’s Threat to ‘the Special Relationship’ [21/04/2016]
Strobe Tabott, The New York Times

Brexit: A Body Blow to Special Relationship [21/04/2016]
Xenia Wickett, Real Clear World

Get on your phone and play your part in beating Brexit [21/04/2016]
Alastair Campbell, Irish Times

Gove’s vision for the UK out of the EU: welcome to Vote Leave’s parallel universe [20/04/2016]
Michael Dougan, The Conversation

Cameron’s Brexit Referendum Ploy Could Lead to Broader EU Reforms [20/04/2016]
Milton Ezrati, World Politics Review

Will Brexit Make the EU More Pro-Russian? [20/04/2016]
Georgi Gotev, Euractiv

Europe After Brexit: Unleashed or Undone? [20/04/2016]
Ian Bond, Sophia Besch, Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, Rem Korteweg, Camino Mortera-Martinez, Simon Tilford, Centre for European Reform

Brexit or Not, Britain's Already Isolated in EU [19/04/2016]
Simon Hix, Politico

Brexit: A Young Woman's View [19/04/2016]
Claire Fox, Irish Times

'It’s time to take back control' [19/04/2016]
Michael Gove, The Guardian

The Roots of Brexit Fever [19/04/2016]
American Enterprise Institute

Can we believe what the Treasury says about the cost of Brexit? [19/04/2016]
Jonathan Perraton, The Conversation

The Fundamental Flaws of Brexit Backers [19/04/2016]
Jan Techau, Carnegie Endowment for Internaional Peace

The remain camp needs to change tack to win the EU referendum [18/04/2016]
Hugo Dixon, The Guardian

The end of British austerity starts with Brexit [10/04/2016]
John Redwood, The Guardian

Why Brexit would be nothing less than an act of political arson [11/04/2016]
David Miliband, The Guardian

I resigned so I could tell the truth about Brexit – and what it will cost Britain to stay [11/04/2016]
John Longworth, The Guardian

I resigned so I could tell the truth about Brexit – and what it will cost Britain to stay [11/04/2016]
John Longworth, The Guardian

David Cameron gambles on the status quo in EU referendum [11/04/2016]
Larry Elliott, The Guardian

The Brexit nightmare is becoming reality. The remain camp is in denial [09/04/2016]
Natalie Nougayrède, The Guardian

The Debate Over 'Brexit' [07/04/2016]
James McBride, Council on Foreign Relations

Brexit May Be Bigger Risk for Eurozone Than U.K. [06/04/2016]
Simon Nixon, Wall Street Journal

Don’t Trust Received Wisdom on UK's EU Referendum Vote [05/04/2016]
Matthew Goodwin, Chatham House

Britain's choice: economic security with the EU, or a leap into the dark [04/04/2016]
David Cameron, Telegraph

Comment: A Brexit vote may be the only way to get real EU reform [02/04/2016]
Liam Halligan, The Telegraph

It’s a lie to suggest that Brexit would ruin us [01/04/2016]
Simon Heffer, Telegraph

Why Britain Should Remain European

Simon Johnson, Project Syndicate

Britain's future is in Europe [30/03/2016]
Burhan M Al-Chalabi, The Peninsula

The Brexit Muddle [29/03/2016]
Mohamed A. El-Erian, Project Syndicate

Brussels Attacks Change Brexit Climate [25/03/2016]
Matthew Goodwin, Politico

Brexit’s Questions for Europe [20/03/2016]
Javier Solana, Project Syndicate

British Interest is to Stay in Europe [16/03/2016]
Francis Ghilès, CIDOB

EU Association Agreement could help Ukraine to reform [16/03/2016]
Marek Dabrowski, Bruegel

As a new map of England shows, the Brexit vote is about the ethnic make-up of the UK [103/03/2016]
Ben Judah, Independent

The Brexit Conspiracy [10/03/2016]
Noëlle Lenoir, Project Syndicate

EU Referendum: Why Putin Might Back Brexit [10/03/2016]
Péter Krekó, Newsweek

Those who call for Brexit are handing European power to the Kremlin [10/03/2016]
Ben Judah, Independent

Brexit Could Save Europe from itself [10/03/2016]
Allister Heath, Telegraph

Here’s What Happens if Britain Dumps the EU [10/03/2016]
David Francis, Foreign Policy

Brexit endangers London’s status as a financial hub [10/03/2016]
Pia Hüttl and Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Ten strategic questions about Brexit [10/03/2016]
Alexander Nicoll, IISS

‘Alarm Will Sound’: Chappatte on Brexit [10/03/2016]
Patrick Chappatte, New York Times

After the ‘Leave’ Vote: The UK’s European Year Zero [10/03/2016]
Richard Whitman, Chatham House

'Brexit' Could Put Data Sharing in Jeopardy [10/03/2016]
Emily Taylor, Chatham House

Who speaks for Europe? The UK referendum as a pan-European affair [09/03/2016]
Andrew Glencross, Open Democracy

Brexit Is Not All Bad for the EU [08/03/2016]
Catherine Woollard, Carnegie Europe

Cameron’s Moment of Truth [08/03/2016]
Matthew d’Ancona, New York Times

Cameron’s referendum puts votes before security [08/03/2016]
Rob de Wijk, Europe’s World

The EU referendum has given the Tories a nasty attack of the Trumps [04/03/2016]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Fog in the Channel: Brexit through the eyes of international trade [03/03/2016]
Pia Hüttl and Silvia Merler, Bruegel

Corbyn is Cameron’s real Brexit headache [03/03/2016]
Matthew Goodwin, Politico

My Advice To U.K.'s Jeremy Corbyn... And George Osborne [03/03/2016]
Yanis Varoufakis, Newsweek

Spain’s stance on Cameron’s negotiations [02/03/2016]
Salvador Llaudes and Ignacio Molina, Elcano

Will Brexit Break the Pound? [01/03/2016]
Harold James, Project Syndicate

European Defense and Brexit: A Tale of Three Cities [01/03/2016]
Daniel Keohane, Carnegie Europe

Is Europe Worth the Effort? [01/03/2016]
Jean Pisani-Ferry, Project Syndicate

Don’t Balkanize Europe: Kosovo’s Thaçi [29/02/2016]
Andrew MacDowall, Politico

Brexit, Spexit, Catexit [29/02/2016]
John Carlin, El País

El ‘Brexit’ no tiene sentido económico [29/02/2016]
Federico Steinberg, Elcano

The Eurosceptic map of Britain [28/02/2016]
Will Dahlgreen, You Gov

Brexit Is a Royal Pain for RBS [26/02/2016]
Duncan Mavin, Bloomberg

Brexit Is Step One of a Likely EU Implosion [25/02/2016]
J. Gillingham & M. Tupy, National Interest

Los dilemas del Reino Unido y de la UE: ¿salir o cambiar la Unión? [25/02/2016]
Araceli Mangas Martín, Elcano

Britain's Unsolvable Problem with Europe [25/02/2016]
Clive Crook, Bloomberg View

Britain Is More European Than You Think [25/02/2016]
D. Harding, Bloomberg View

Fact Check: Is the EU deal legally binding? [25/02/2016]
Alfonso Valero, The Conversation

Is Europe Better Off Without Britain? [24/02/2016]
Kaj Leers, Real Clear World

A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

The Economist

How would post-Brexit trade deals actually work? [23/02/2016]
Christopher Grey, The Conversation

Free spirits? The Brexit brigade are just another bunch of elitists [23/02/2016]
Polly Toynbee, The Guardian

Will Brexit Even Matter by June? [23/02/2016]
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

Cameron’s Incomplete Negotiation Complicates EU Vote [23/02/2016]
Robin Niblett, Chatham House

The UK Chases Ghosts [23/02/2016]
Marc Champion, Bloomberg View

The EU deal to avoid Brexit: Take it or leave  [23/02/2016]
Stefani Weiss, Steven Blockmans, CEPS

The Final Brexit Question: The known Plan A to remain or the unknown Plan B to leave [23/02/2016]
Michael Emerson, CEPS

Cameron’s deal is a chance to make the EU work. Seize it [22/02/2016]
Peter Mandelson, The Guardian

Why Brexit is Unpatriotic [22/02/2016]
Dominique Moisi, Project Syndicate

Britain gets a good EU deal—now the real fight begins [22/02/2016]
The Economist

Britons Must Vote to Leave the EU

Boris Johnson, Telegraph

Britain Will Not Vote to Leave the EU [22/02/2016]
Anatole Kaletsky, Project Syndicate

How to Beat a Brexiter [22/02/2016]
Timothy Garton Ash, Guardian

¿Merece Reino Unido un nuevo acomodo en Europa? [19/02/2016]
Ignacio Molina y Salvador Llaudes, Elcano

Rushing to deal on the UK could be ill-thought-out for the EU [17/02/2016]
Vivien Pertusot, IFRI

The Quiet Frenchman: Why Francois Hollande is Staying Silent on Brexit [17/02/2016]
Andrew Glencross, Foreign Policy Research Institute

¿Por qué el Consejo de febrero no será clave para el Brexit? [02/2016]
Pol Morillas, CIDOB

La interdependencia de la economía británica: una contribución al debate sobre Brexit [12/02/2016]
Alfredo Arahuetes y Federico Steinberg, Elcano

Añode tránsito para la (de)construcción europea [10/02/2016]
Pol Morillas, El País

Why keeping Britain ‘in’ is essential for Danish foreign policy [10/02/2016]
Christine Nissen, ECFR

Brexit and EU regulation: A bonfire of the vanities? [03/02/2016]
John Springford, Centre for European Reform

The Causes and Consequences of Brexit

Ana Palacio, Project Syndicate

Too much EU interference? A look at the areas where critics say the single market overreaches itself [28/01/2016]
Edward Pitt, LSE

If the UK votes to leave: The seven alternatives to EU membership [12/01/2016]
Jean-Claude Piris, Centre for European Reform

Can the British pro-European cause be salvaged? [10/01/2016]
James Rogers, European Geostrategy

Core Europe and the United Kingdom: Risks, Opportunities and Side-effects of the British Reform Proposals [06/01/2016]
Nicolai von Ondarza, SWP

Brexit and defence: where is the strategy? [06/01/2016]
Sven Biscop, European Geostrategy

We’ll Miss You If Britain Leaves the EU – and You’ll Be Diminished, Too [02/01/2016]
Ulrich Speck, German Marshall Fund

Cameron's EU reforms: Will Europe buy them? [14/12/2015]
Agata Gostyńska-Jakubowska, CER

Britain, the European Union and the Referendum: What Drives Euroscepticism? [9/12/2015]
Matthew Goodwin, Chatham House

Britain, immigration and Brexit [30/11/2015]
Simon Tilford, CER

The Future of Britain's Relationship with the European Union [10/11/2015]
David Cameron, Chatham House

Britain and the Spectre of Geopolitical Irrelevance [10/11/2015]
Dhruva Jaishankar, German Marshall Fund

Cameron's EU gamble: Five reforms he can win, and ten pitfalls he must avoid [23/10/2015]
Charles Grant, Centre for European Reform

The UK referendum is a neverendum [10/2015]
Richard Rose, Europe’s World

What if...? The consequences, challenges and opportunities facing Britain outside the EU [23/05/2015]
Pawel Swidlicki, Raoul Ruparel, Stephen Booth, Christopher Howarth, Mats Persson, Open Europe

Should we stay or should we go? The low-down on an EU exit [04/05/2015]
Shane Hickey, The Guardian

Should We Stay or Should We Go? The economic consequences of leaving the EU [05/2015]
Swati Dhingra, Gianmarco Ottaviano and Thomas Sampson, LSE

Britain’s Future in Europe: Reform, renegotiation, repatriation or secession?
Michael Emerson (Edited by), CEPS

Strategising European Policy: David Cameron's Referendum Gamble [2015]
Oliver Daddow, The RUSI Journal

Europe's British Question: The UK–EU Relationship in a Changing Europe and Multipolar World [2015]
Tim Oliver, Global Society

Britain, 'Brexit' and the Balkans [2015]
Erik Jones, Survival

Britain, 'Brexit' and the Balkans [2015]
James Ker-Lindsay, The RUSI Journal

No One Left Behind? European Defence and ‘Brexit’ [2013]
Marcin Terlikowski, The RUSI Journal

Ireland's EU Referendum Experience [2009]
Jane O'Mahony, Irish Political Studies

Post-Brexit trade: sharing pain and gain [13/12/2016]
The Guardian

British MPs Should Know the People Are Watching [07/12/2016]

The Least Painful Path to Brexit [04/12/2016]
Bloomberg View

Mark Carney Is Right About Brexit and the City

Attempts by the Government to fight the High Court’s decision will only worsen rifts over Brexit [03/11/2016] 
The Independent

Theresa May’s shifting view of what Brexit means [26/10/2016] 
The Guardian

Who Pays For Brexit? [13/10/2016]
London Evening Standard

Parliament must be heard [13/10/2016]
The Guardian

Theresa May's Confusing New "Conservatism" [12/10/2016]
Bloomberg View

British politics after Brexit [09/10/2016]
The Observer

Theresa May Opts for Hard Brexit [04/10/2016]
Irish Times

How the EU's Leaders Should Think About Brexit [15/09/2016]
Bloomberg View

Britain will be outside looking in [14/09/2016]
The Guardian

Europe’s post-Brexit identity search [29/08/2016]
CS Monitor

Don't Try to Block Brexit [28/08/2016]

Struggling with the vision thing [22/08/2016]
The Guardian

A Cure for Brexit Paralysis [22/08/2016]
Bloomberg View

Brexit's Economic Success Humiliates EU Camp [19/08/2016]
The Commentator

Farmers can reap the rewards of Brexit [17/08/2016]

A Brexit Economic Slump [20/07/2016]
New York Times

Theresa May and Europe: first step on the Brexit tightrope [20/07/2016]
The Guardian

A Brexit Economic Slump [20/07/2016]
New York Times

Brexit : shame on you, Boris! [01/07/2016]
Le Monde

La política británica, un auténtico drama de Shakespeare [01/07/2016]
El Mundo

In place of leadership [30/06/2016]
The Guardian

The Boris Bombshell [30/06/2016]
London Evening Standard

Britain Remains Great [30/06/2016]

The Conservative leadership contest should be a battle of ideas, not personalities [29/06/2016]
The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn: after the experiment [29/06/2016]
The Guardian

Brexit Proponents’ False Promises Crumble [28/06/2016]
New York Times

It was David Cameron's job to prepare Britain for the possibility of Brexit [28/06/2016]

The Brexit Spillover [28/06/2016]
New York Times

The Antidote to Brexit: A Strong NATO [27/06/2016]
Washington Post

Harsh truths in the wake of the post-Brexit storm [27/06/2016]
Financial Times

Keep Calm and Go Slow [27/06/2016]

Anti-Democratic Hysteria Grips Failed Remain Camp [27/06/2016]
The Commentator

Perilous times for progressives [26/06/2016]
The Guardian

Good post-Brexit relations are important for both sides – the EU would be wise not to ‘punish’ Britain for its choice [25/06/2016]
The Independent

Britain takes a leap into the dark [24/06/2016]
Financial Times

Guardian view on the EU referendum: the vote is in, now we must face the consequences [24/06/2016]
The Guardian

A Bad Day for Europe [24/06/2016]

In praise of David Cameron [24/06/2016]
The Spectator

A Tragic Split [24/06/2016]

The EU referendum should be a source of pride [24/06/2016]

Avec le « Brexit », l’Union européenne subit un désaveu majeur [24/06/2016]
Le Monde

Britain Leaves on a Cry of Anger and Frustration [24/06/2016]
New York Times

Pandora's Box Has Been Opened [24/06/2016]
New Statesman

Une révolte populaire et une cinglante défaite [24/06/2016]

Rage of the working class [24/06/2016]
The Sun

Vertige du Brexit [23/06/2016]
Les Echos

Brexit: It's smarter to stay [23/06/2016]
Klaus Brinkbäumer and Florian Harms, Der Spiegel

Labour's Existential Crisis Revealed by EU Vote [23/06/2016]

Mejor dentro que fuera, ‘please’ [23/06/2016]
El País

An Appeal From Britain's Friends [23/06/2016]
Irish Times

A moment of destiny for Britain and Europe [22/06/2016]
Financial Times

Nationalism and the Brexit Vote [20/06/2016]
New York Times

The responsible choice for London - Remain [22/06/2016]
Evening Standard

Britain and Europe’s Fate [20/06/2016]
Wall Street Journal

España contra el Brexit [20/06/2016]
El País

At least Jeremy Corbyn tells the truth: being in the EU means unlimited immigration [19/06/2016]

Vote Remain for an Even GREATER Britain [19/06/2016]
Daily Mail

The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: running wild risks is not British [19/06/2016]
The Guardian 

Divided we fall [18/06/2016]
The Economist 

Out – and into the world: why The Spectator is for Leave [18/06/2016]
The Spectator 

Vote Leave and Prepare Britain for the Future [18/06/2016]

Britain's Dangerous Urge to Go It Alone [17/06/2016]
New York Times 

Britain should vote to stay in the EU [15/06/2016]
Financial Times 

Britain's Great EU Debate Hasn't Been So Great [10/06/2016]

The Cameron legacy [21/05/2016]
The Economist

Back to the Basics of Brexit [10/05/2016]
London Evening Standard

Start Acting Like a Conservative, Cameron  [29/04/2016]

The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: a fact-based fear [18/04/2016]
The Guardian

The Leave campaign has its work cut out [13/04/2016]

Despite the EU fight, Tories must unite [28/03/2016]

The Brexit debate is a matter of perspective [03/03/2016]
The Scotsman

EU vote is first time most of UK press is against Cameron [01/03/2016]
The Guardian

The Brexit debate gets down to the details [26/02/2016]
London Evening Standard

Why the UK needs the EU [23/02/2016]
Los Angeles Times

From Theresa no-mates to a key victory for Britain over Germany and France – five things we learnt from the EU Summit [16/12/2016]

EU citizenship deal for British nationals has no chance, say experts [12/12/2016]
The Guardian

Ed Miliband joins call for soft Brexit as conflict in Labour grows [10/12/2016]
The Guardian

Revenge of Britain's Remainers Begins? [02/12/2016]
Charlie Cooper, Politico

The Long Game: How the Remainers Plan to Beat Brexit [30/11/2016]
George Eaton, New Statesman

Tony Blair: I'm Coming Back to Handle Brexit [20/11/2016]
Richard Kerbaj & Tim Shipman, The Times

Meanwhile in Brexitland: Still a Mess
Joshua Keating, Slate

Government 'doesn't recognise' Brexit memo [15/11/2016] 

The EU wants to force Britain to pay up to €60 billion to leave [15/11/2016] 
Oscar Williams-Grut, Business Insider

Brexit Britain: What has actually happened so far? [10/11/2016] 

Nigel Farage Set To Lead March on Parliament Against Brexit Court Ruling [07/11/2016] 
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

What is Article 50? The only explanation you need to read [04/11/2016] 
Michael Wilkinson, Telegraph

The Brexit economy: falling pound and rising inflation fuel fears [24/10/2016] 
The Guardian

Brexit: leading banks set to pull out of UK early next year [22/10/2016] 
The Guardian

Brexit could be halted after Government admits MPs likely to have final say [20/10/2016] 
Rob Merrick, The Independent

The UK Government has agreed that Brexit is not legally binding [19/10/2016] 
Rob Merrick, The Independent 

EU leaders will not discuss Brexit at May's first Brussels summit [19/10/2016] 
Jennifer Rankin, The Guardian

EU council president: it's hard Brexit or no Brexit at all [14/10/2016]
Jennifer Rankin and Heather Stewart, The Guardian

A court battle is brewing over the legality of Brexit [13/10/2016]
Owen Bowcott, The Guardian

Laboristas y conservadores acusan a Theresa May de asustar a los mercados [13/10/2016]

El Brexit provoca carencias de productos en el supermercado [13/10/2016]

Hard Brexit will cost Treasury up to £66bn a year, ministers are told [11/10/2016]
The Guardian

Britain’s Brexit delusions [11/10/2016]
Paul Taylor, Politico

British and Scottish leaders lock horns on Brexit [05/10/2016]
Eric Maurice, EU Observer

May: Brexit is 'quiet revolution' [05/10/2016]
Eszter Zalan, EU Observer

Brexit: EU parliament's chief negotiator rules out advance talks [04/10/2016]
The Guardian

'Brexit' Talks Will Start by End of March, Theresa May Says [03/10/2016]
Stephen Castle, New York Times

Theresa May will introduce bill to take UK out of EU [02/10/2016]
Laurens Cerulus and Alex Spence, Politico

After Brexit vote, most CEOs in Britain are looking at relocating [26/09/2016]
Jason Thomson, CS Monitor

UK aims to trigger Brexit process in early 2017, says Boris Johnson [23/09/2016] 
The Guardian

The Brexit economy: post-referendum data defies gloomy UK predictions [22/09/2016]
The Guardian

Nick Clegg: I Could Not Have Backed Brexit Referendum [09/09/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Federalist Verhofstadt to join top table in Brexit talks [08/09/2016]
EU Observer

Japanese Companies 'Could Leave Britain' After Brexit [05/09/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Brexit may not happen, EU top judge says [02/09/2016]
Andrew Rettman and Peter Teffer, EU Observer

UK seeks 'unique' EU relations, migrant controls [01/09/2016]
Andrew Rettman, EU Observer

Brexit legal challenge: High Court bid could derail Theresa May’s EU exit timetable [20/08/2016]
Andrew Grice, The Independent

UK financial sector targets Swiss-style deal for EU market access [18/08/2016]
Martin Arnold and Caroline Binham, Financial Times

Ventotene summit to chart roadmap for EU's response to Brexit vote [21/08/2016]
Jon Henley and Philip Oltermann, The Guardian

Brexit X-men: how the prime minister’s key negotiators are coping [21/08/2016]
Toby Helm, The Guardian

Global outlook brightens as Brexit fears fade: HIS [19/08/2016]
Khaleej Times

El ‘Brexit’ no es para mañana [15/08/2016]
Rafael Ramos, La Vanguardia

How will Brexit actually shape up? Weeks after vote, Brits still don't know. [15/08/2016]
Peter Ford, CS Monitor

Bregret? No Chance. Britons Are Happy With Brexit, Poll Says [04/08/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

In China meeting, G20 has chance to soothe post-Brexit jitters [20/07/2016]

U.K. Government Facing First Legal Challenge Over Brexit [19/07/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Britain eyes new trade deals for Brexit in early 2019 [17/07/2016]

Everything you need to know about Theresa May’s new cabinet [14/07/2016]
Tom McTague, Politico

Theresa May’s bold cabinet gambit on band of Brexiters [14/07/2016]
George Parker, Financial Times

'Charming Bastard' David Davis to lead Brexit talks [13/07/2016]
William James and Michael Holden, Reuters

L'Allemagne, grande gagnante du Brexit ? [01/07/2016] 
Frédéric Therin, Le Point

Toujours plus contesté au sein du Labour, Jeremy Corbyn s’accroche [01/07/2016]
Philippe Bernard, Le Monde

U.K. Stock index Above Pre-Vote Level: Crisis Over? Not Likely. [30/06/2016]
Carlo Piovano, Associated Press

TTIP will survive Brexit, EU commissioner says [29/06/2016]
HarvardZhang, Market Watch

Europe launches reform 'reflection' after Brexit shock [29/06/2016]
Noah Barkin, Reuters

Brexit adds to existing troubles faced by banks [28/06/2016]
Financial Times

Brexit Discussions To Dominate EU Summit As Leaders Call For A Quick Exit [28/06/2016]
Mary Pascaline, International Business Times

Brexit result must be respected, David Cameron says [27/06/2016]
Jon Stone, The Independent

UK's opposition Labour party leader faces vote of no-confidence [27/06/2016]
Deusche Welle

S&P downgrades UK credit rating [27/06/2016]
Deutsche Welle

Germany rules out informal Brexit talks before article 50 is triggered [27/06/2016]
The Guardian

Brussels rejects Boris Johnson 'pipe dream' over single market access [27/06/2016]
Jennifer Rankin and Philip Oltermann, The Guardian

EU plans moving bank regulator from London as euro zone eyes City business [26/06/2016]
Francesco Guarascio, Reuters

Pentagon Downplays Brexit Fallout on U.S.-U.K. Military Ties [26/06/2016]
Carlo Muñoz, The Washington Times

David Cameron rules out second EU referendum after Brexit [27/06/2016]
Charlie Cooper, The Independent

Second independence referendum ‘last thing Scotland needs', says David Cameron [27/06/2016]
Charlie Cooper, The Independent

What The EU Must Do Now [26/06/2016]
Anders Åslund, Project Syndicate

Will article 50 ever be triggered? [26/06/2016]
Jon Henley, The Guardian

Boris Johnson: What He Said And What He Meant [26/06/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Pentagon Downplays Brexit Fallout on U.S.-U.K. Military Ties [26/06/2016]
Carlo Muñoz, The Washington Times

Vladimir Putin says David Cameron's claims about Russia's pro-Brexit stance 'have no basis and never did' [26/06/2016]
Elsa Vulliamy, The Independent

How to leave the European Union [26/06/2016]
J.P., The Economist

Parliamentary fightback against Brexit on cards [26/06/2016]
Anushka Asthana, The Guardian

Brexit is Good News for Russia, but a Headache for NATO [26/06/2016]
Dan De Luce, Paul McLeary, Foreign Policy

Scotland welcome to join EU, Merkel ally says [26/06/2016]

Brexit campaigners admit 'there is no plan' for what comes next as rivals plan Tory leadership bids [26/06/2016]
The Independent

Brexit? Maybe not, after all [26/06/2016]
Tom Mctague and Alex Spence , Politico

Racist incidents feared to be linked to Brexit result [26/06/2016]
The Guardian

Scotland seeks direct EU talks after Brexit vote as UK petitioners call for law change [25/06/2016]
Kate Brady, DW

After the Vote, Chaos [25/06/2016]
The Economist

What next for the pound? Top questions after Brexit [25/06/2016]
Michael Mackenzie, Financial Times

Anger over 'Bregret' as Leave voters say they thought UK would stay in EU [25/06/2016]
Lizzie Dearden, The Independent

Europe Is Dead: Long Live Europe? [24/06/2016]
Der Spiegel

Brexit worse on GBP than 2008 financial crisis [24/06/2016]
Al Jazeera

Russia Revels In Brexit Vote [24/06/2016]
Radio Free Europe

Brexit: What is Article 50 and why is it so deliberately vague? [24/06/2016]
Charlotte McDonald-Gibson, The Independent

Nicola Sturgeon announces plans for second Scottish independence referendum after UK votes for Brexit [24/06/2016]
Charlie Cooper, The Independent

Travail, visa, santé : les conséquences pratiques du Brexit [24/06/2016]
Victoria Masson , Guillaume Errard, Le Figaro

Brexit: Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg warns Britons ‘won’t like’ life outside EU [24/06/2016]
Ashley Cowburn, Politico

Leave vote could see GDP fall by 2-4% long-term, says LBS expert [24/06/2016]
Cyrielle Cabot, Liberation

Leave vote could see GDP fall by 2-4% long-term, says LBS expert [24/06/2016]

Tusk: Leaders to meet without UK to discuss Brexit 'details' [24/06/2016]
Peter Teffer, EUObserver

EU referendum result: Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness calls for border poll on united Ireland after Brexit [24/06/2016]
Siobhan Fenton, The Independent

Brexit: No rush to leave the EU, Boris Johnson says [24/06/2016]
Jon Stone, Politico

Nicola Sturgeon announces plans for second Scottish independence referendum after UK votes for Brexit [24/06/2016]
Charlie Cooper, The Independent

Brexit: quelles conséquences pour l’Afrique? [24/06/2016]
Mark Anderson, Jeune Afrique

How Did the Bookies Get It So Wrong: Ladbrokes Tries to Explain [24/06/2016]
Dara Doyle DaraDoy, Bloomberg

EU wakes to biggest crisis in its history as Merkel ally warns: No special treatment [24/06/2016]
Matthew Holehouse, Telegraph

Millennials will see two recessions before the age of 30. Brexit is turning a clash of generations into a crisis [24/06/2016]
Charlie Cooper, Independent

Brexit: Petition for second EU referendum so popular the government site's crashing [24/06/2016]
Christopher Hooton,

Gibraltar rechaza casi por unanimidad el ‘Brexit’ [24/06/2016]
El País

Post Brexit, UKIP wants tariff-free access to EU single market [24/06/2016]
Vince Chadwick, Politico

Brexit : vent de panique sur les marchés asiatiques [24/06/2016]
Arnaud Vaulerin, Liberation

Pour Thierry Mandon, la présidentielle 2017 sera une sorte de référendum sur l'Europe [24/06/2016]
Sylvain Chazot, Europe 1

Brexit : la victoire du «Leave» divise la classe politique française [24/06/2016]
Arthur Berdah , Louis Nadau, Le Figaro

Hollande Says U.K. Exit Shouldn’t Be Delayed as EU Needs Renewal [24/06/2016]
Helene Fouquet & HeleneFouquet, Bloomberg

La pelea definitiva entre Boris y Dave [24/06/2016]
Pablo Guimón, El País

Winners and losers from Brexit [24/06/2016]
Michael Stott, Nikkei

Cómo afectará el Brexit a España [24/06/2016]
Yolanda Gómez, ABc

Referendum puts 70 years of EU integration into reverse [24/06/2016]
Alex Barker, Financial Times

Nigel Farage, el otro padre de la consulta [24/06/2016]
Pablo Guimón, El País

El Ibex 35 cierra con la mayor caída de su historia por el efecto del ‘Brexit’ [24/06/2016]
El País

Brexit: David Cameron to quit after UK votes to leave EU [24/06/2016]

Labour says it is 'best placed' to reunite UK [24/06/2016]

Pound sterling plunges to 31-year low amid Brexit fears [24/06/2016]
Ben Chu

Merkel calls Brexit 'a watershed for Europe' [24/06/2016]

As the Brexit vote became clear, oil prices plunged by 6% [24/06/2016]
Steve LeVine, Quartz

Brexit: quel impact sur la politique française? [24/06/2016]
Pascal Jalabert, Republicain

Brexit: What happens now? [24/06/2016]

Brexit : la Bourse a voté [23/06/2016]
Pierrick Fay, Les Echos

A guide to the global trading day after the UK referendum [23/06/2016]
Elaine Moore and Philip Stafford, Financial Times

Una victoria del «Leave» atizará el sentimiento independentista en Escocia [23/06/2016]
Hermann Tertsch, ABC

Pound hits high for year as Britons vote [23/06/2016]
Richard Blackden and Michael Hunter, Financial Times

Populistas de todas las ideologías en torno al Brexit [23/06/2016]
Ramón Pérez-Maura, ABC

EU referendum: Is there an exit poll? [23/06/2016]
Jamie Micklethwaite, Evening Standard

The digested referendum campaign: Immigration! Economy! Immigration! [23/06/2016]
John Crace, The Guardian

EU referendum: newspapers revel in blue-on-blue battle [23/06/2016]
Roy Greenslade, The Guardian

Exclusive Boris Johnson interview: A Brexit will be a 'turning point in the story of our country' [23/06/2016]
Peter Dominiczak, Telegraph

« Brexit » : les divisions passées pèsent sur le vote en Irlande du Nord [23/06/2016]
Enora Ollivier, Le Monde

Una victoria del «Leave» atizará el sentimiento independentista en Escocia [23/06/2016]
Hermann Tertsch, ABC

Brexit : la Bourse a voté [23/06/2016]
Pierrick Fay, Les Echos

In 'Brexit' Vote, David Cameron Faces Problem of His Own Making [22/06/2016]
Steven Erlanger and Stephen Castle

Brexit: Is Nigel Farage The Fisherman's Friend? [22/06/2016]
Serena Kutchinsky, Newsweek

A Bruxelles, la carrière en sursis des fonctionnaires britanniques [22/06/2016]
Cécile Ducourtieux, Le Monde

Brexit Pros and Cons: Who in British Society Backs EU Referendum and Why [22/06/2016]
Rebecca Greig, International Business Times

Highlights: EU referendum Wembley debate [21/06/2016]
The Spectator

¿A qué se debe el silencio de la UE en la campaña del 'brexit'? [21/06/2016]
Juan Sanhermelando, El Español

Pound on track for biggest daily rise in seven years as polls shift towards Remain [20/06/2016]

Richard Branson starts his own campaign to keep Britain in the EU [20/06/2016]
The Guardian 

La bataille du Brexit se joue aussi dans les journaux [20/06/2016]
Estelle Pattée, Liberation

Sayeeda Warsi quits leave campaign over 'hateful, xenophobic' tactics [20/06/2016]
The Guardian 

E.U. Countries Warn Britain on 'Brexit': You'll Pay if You Leave Us  [20/06/2016]
Steven Erlanger, New York Times

David Cameron says he must do more to make case for remaining in EU [20/06/2016]
Rowena Mason, Anushka Asthana and Peter Walker, The Guardian

European neighbours want Britain to remain – but only just [20/06/2016]
The Guardian 

Nobel prize-winning economists warn of long-term damage after Brexit [19/06/2016]
Anushka Asthana and Jill Treanor, The Guardian

How the EU referendum result will emerge in the hours after polls close [19/06/2016]
Chris Hanretty, The Guardian

The IMF lays out the grave consequences of Brexit [18/06/2016]
The Economist 

Brexit : Par ici les questions sur la sortie [17/06/2016]
Jean Quatremer , Vittorio De Filippis et Sonia Delesalle-Stolper, Liberation

BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Map shows how people will vote in EU poll and it's bad news for Cameron [16/06/2016]

No Brexit comments ‘out of respect for Jo Cox’ — Eurogroup and IMF [16/06/2016]
Bjarke Smith-Meyer, Politico

What will happen if the UK votes for Brexit? [16/06/2016]
Financial Times 

U.K. Immigration Unease Animates ‘Brexit’ Vote [16/06/2016]
Jenny Gross and Jason Douglas, The Wall Street Journal

European? British? These ‘Brexit’ Voters Identify as English [16/06/2016]
Steven Erlanger, NYT

Bank Of England Expected To Keep Rates Steady Ahead Of Brexit Vote [16/06/2016]
Himanshu Goenka, International Business Times

Clinton's new worry: A 'Brexit'-fueled recession [15/06/2016]
Ben White and Francesco Guerrera, Politico

Rising Brexit Angst Drives Weaker-Pound Wagers to $35 Billion [15/06/2016]
Anooja Debnath, Bloomberg

Brexit' Plan for the Financial World? Cross Your Fingers [15/06/2016]
Peter S. Goodman, NYT

A ‘Brexit’ Battle on the Thames Between Nigel Farage and Bob Geldof [15/06/2016]
Russell Goldman, NYT

Can the United Kingdom government legally disregard a vote for Brexit? [14/06/2016]
David Allen Green, Financial Times

Combative Brexiter who took control of Vote Leave operation [14/06/2016]
Henry Mance and George Parker, Financial Times

Britain's Pro-EU Side Nervous as Odds Slashed on 'Leave' [14/06/2016]
Daily Mail 

Brexit Could Threaten Western Political Civilization, Says EU's Tusk [13/06/2016]

New Brexit poll shows 'Leave' camp ahead by 10 points [11/06/2016]
France 24 

David Cameron, the accidental European [20/05/2016]
Tom McTague, Politico

David Cameron doesn’t want Tory ‘psychodrama’ over Brexit [19/05/2016]
Vince Chadwick, Politico

MPC member Gertjan Vlieghe says the Bank of England could cut rates even if UK stays in the EU [19/05/2016]
Jake Cordell, Citya

On the Irish border, Brexit stirs dark memories [16/05/2016]
Jennifer Duggan, Politico

Bank of England governor denies politics is behind EU referendum intervention [15/05/2016]
Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli, Politico

UK's Cameron struggles to make Britons believe his EU message: poll [14/05/2016]

Bank of England’s alarm bells getting louder on Brexit [12/05/2016]
Charles Lee and Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli, Politico

Hope, Fear and Brexit [12/05/2016]
Rodney Jefferson and Ed Kiernan, Bloomberg

'Brexit' Could Threaten Peace, Says David Cameron [09/05/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Two British leaders present cases for and against Britain leaving the European Union (Brexit) [09/05/2016]
Fred Dews, Brookings

Leaving the EU is a security risk for UK, say spy chiefs [09/05/2016]
Jeanette Minns, Politico

Michael Gove: Staying in EU means losing economic autonomy [08/05/2016]
Jeanette Minns, Politico

Bank of England to slash growth forecasts and warn on Brexit costs [07/05/2016]
Szu Ping Chan, Telegraph

Pope’s Europe speech a boost to anti-Brexit campaign [07/05/2016]
Florian Eder, Politico

EU referendum: Donald Trump backs Brexit [06/05/2016]

Donald Trump backs Brexit: Britain would be better off outside EU, says Republican candidate [06/05/2016]
Barney Henderson, Nick Allen & Christopher Hope, Telegraph

Post-Brexit negotiations ‘could last up to nine years’ [04/05/2016]
Cynthia Kroet, Politico

London’s Hong Kong dreams [04/05/2016]
Francesco Guerrera, Politico

Virgin Media owner plans £500,000 donation to Remain campaign [04/05/2016]
Financial Times

One Indication That Brexit Worries Are Already Hurting the U.K. Economy [04/05/2016]
Luke Kawa, Bloomberg

Brexit 'Could Take Nine Years' [04/05/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

U.K. Vote on Europe Deters KKR From Deals [03/05/2016]
Simon Clark, Wall Street Journal

The French will hammer you if there is a Brexit vote in the referendum, warns former trade chief [03/05/2016]

Finance insiders fear Brexit ‘leap in the dark’ [3/05/2016]
Vince Chadwick, Politico

EU referendum: 200 small firm bosses and entrepreneurs tell Britons to vote for Brexit [02/05/2016]

EU roaming charge cut enters UK referendum campaign [30/04/2016]
EU Observer

How others see it [30/04/2016]
The Economist

How Cameron's EU referendum silenced left-wing Britain [30/04/2016]
Benjamin Fox, EU Observer

OECD sends strong warning on Brexit [27/04/2016]
Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli and Hortense Goulard, Politico

Brexit, a new threat to TTIP transatlantic trade talks [206/04/2016]
Express Tribune 

Barack Obama urges UK voters to 'stick together' with EU [22/04/2016]
The Guardian

Ex-UK premier makes ‘patriotic’ case against Brexit [22/04/2016]

Report: Marine Le Pen may campaign for Brexit in UK [21/04/2016]

UK Brexit Vote Consequences For US: Amid Tied Polls, Obama To Encourage EU Solidarity Ahead Of Referendum [20/04/2016]
Jess McHugh, International Business Times

Michael Gove: Remaining in EU like ‘voting to be hostages’ [19/04/2016]
Kate Day, Politico

Carney: Brexit would hurt UK as a global financial center [19/04/2016]
Silvia Sciorilli Borrelli, Politico

11 things you need to know about George Osborne’s Brexit warning [18/04/2016]
Tom McTague, Politico

George Osborne: Brexit would leave UK ‘permanently poorer’ [18/04/2016]
Tom McTague, Politico

IMF: Brexit would cause severe damage [13/04/2016]
Eric Maurice, EUOBSERVER

Criticism over pro-EU leaflet on Facebook [11/04/2016]
The Guardian

Will David Cameron's Crises Boost Brexit? [08/04/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Bank of England to Release Details of ‘Stress Tests’ Amid Preparations For Potential Brexit [29/03/2016]
Avaneesh Pandey, International Business Times

‘Brexit’ Backers Furious over Report of Obama Intervention [14/03/2016]
Robert Hutton, Bloomberg

London Mayor Sees Canada-EU Deal as Model for Post-`Brexit' U.K. [101/03/2016]
Robert Hutton, Bloomberg News

Scurrilous article in “The Sun” slandering Poles. Struggle for Brexit? [10/03/2016]
Polish Express

The EU referendum: a guide to the UK's biggest political decision of the century [07/03/2016]
The Guardian

Britain's tech sector overwhelmingly opposed to Brexit [04/03/2016]
The Guardian

Ballots please, we’re British [03/03/2016]
Paul Ames, Politico

Francia mete a los inmigrantes de Calais en la campaña contra el ‘Brexit’ [03/03/2016]
Gabriela Cañas, El País

Coming (maybe) Brexodus of Eurocrats [01/03/2016]
Maïa de La Baume, Politico

Brexit would negatively affect lives of millions, official UK report says [29/02/2016]
Anushka Asthana, Heather Stewart and Nicholas Watt, The Guardian

Britain's EU deal -- hollow or substantial? [29/02/2016]
Alastair Macdonald, Reuters

Can This Man Keep the ‘Special Relationship’ Special? [28/02/2016]
John Hudson, Foreign Policy

If Britain voted to leave the EU, what would happen next? [28/02/2016]
Heather Stewart and Anushka Asthana, The Guardian

John Oliver: 'David Cameron can't attack a hotdog' [27/02/2016]
Gabriel Tate, The Guardian

June 23 could be the UK's Independence Day says Nigel Farage as Boris says an Out vote will be FINAL and urges cabinet colleagues to back quitting the EU [27/02/2016]
Thomas Burrows, Daily Mail

EU referendum campaign: David Cameron visits Northern Ireland [27/02/2016]

G20 warns of Brexit [27/02/2016]
Laurens Cerulus, Politico

Why Are Britain's Brexit Campaigns Fighting? [27/02/2016]
Josh Lowe, Newsweek

Brexit would lead to more expensive flights and holidays, Cameron says [25/02/2016]
Rowena Mason, The Guardian

The Czech Republic Could Follow Britain Out of the Club [25/02/2016]

The UK's EU referendum: All you need to know [25/02/2016]
Brian Wheeler & Alex Hunt, BBC

Brexit could wipe 20% off the pound amid referendum turmoil, warns HSBC [24/02/2016]
Phillip Inman and Graeme Wearden, The Guardian

Brexit ou le crime de l'Eurostar [24/02/2016]
Jean-Luc Sauron, Huffington Post

The Netherlands Want Their Own European Union Referendum [22/02/2016]

The UK, EU and Brexit: Who wins and who loses? [22/02/2016]
Al Jazeera

Moody's warns Brexit would risk UK's credit rating [22/02/2016]
Katie Allen and Jill Treanor, The Guardian

What are the economic consequences of Brexit? [22/02/2016]
Chris Giles, FT

Sturgeon: EU exit could trigger demand for Scottish independence referendum [21/02/2016]

Which Tory MPs back Brexit, who doesn’t and who is still on the fence? [16/02/2016]
Tom Goodenough, The Spectator

Brexit will set UK back £11bn in EU trade costs, research finds [16/12/2015]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

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