Agathe Piquet and Sarah Wolff, co-investigators of the NEXTEUK project, have coordinated a Comparative European Politics Special Issue revisiting the concept of disengagement and deuropeanization and expanding it with the notions of continued engagement and re-engagement. Based on various public policy case studies the project shows that Brexit is not necessarily the end of the EU's influence and that the UK is likely to converge with EU legislation by necessity or by choice in some policy fields.
The whole Special Issue will be accessible on https://link.springer.com/journal/41295/volumes-and-issues
Table of contents:
"David Cameron, Boris Johnson and the ‘populist hypothesis’ in the British Conservative Party" by Agnès Alexandre-Collier
"Borders and identities in NI after Brexit: remaking Irish–UK relations" by Barry Colfer & Patrick Diamond
"The post-Brexit narrative of the British Council, re-engagement through culture" by Anne-Laure Riotte
"UK’s withdrawal from Justice and Home Affairs: a historical institutionalist analysis of policy trajectories" by Sarah Wolff, Agathe Piquet & Helena Farrand Carrapico
Sarah Wolff, main investigator of the NEXTEUK project, and Stella Ladi, member of the NEXTEUK steering committee, have coordinated a Journal of European Integration Special Issue on "Pandemic Politics and European Union responses". They introduce in this video the goals of this Special Issue and the main results, and are followed by the presentation of their article by some of the scholars having contributed to this collective research.
The whole Special Issue is accessible on https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/geui20/42/8?nav=tocList