Brexit, the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement, and Global Treaty (Re-)Negotiations
Joris Larik, Assistant Professor at Leiden University, wrote about the topics of the Brexit, the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement, and Global Treaty (Re-)Negotiations.
- Joris Larik
- 20 July 2020
The withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union has prompted a global recalibration of treaty relations. Due to the Withdrawal Agreement and its transition period, the UK is expanding its international treaty-making powers as it is gradually released from the constraints of EU law. Practice to date shows the creation of many new international legal instruments through which governments have sought to address the novel questions that Brexit raises for the international law of treaties.
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