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Brexit: A Mess in the institutional EU Framework?

Season 1, Ep. 19

"It would be well worth taking a united approach rather than a bilateral one (in relations to the United Kingdom)."

January 1, 2021, marked the end of the transition period during the EU law continued to apply in the United Kingdom, and with that Brexit finally entered into force. What does Brexit mean for the Central and Southeast European region? Can Brexit have a possible domino effect within the EU? What future steps should the European Union as well as the non-EU Member States take as a response to Brexit?

Daniel Martínek, a research associate at IDM, discusses the implications of Brexit with Danielle Piatkiewicz, a research fellow at the Brussels office of the Prague-based Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM. 

Learn more about Brexit in this episode of CEE - Central Europe Explained, an IDM podcast series powered by Erste Group. 

With Danielle Piatkiewicz and Daniel Martínek.

Danielle Piatkiewicz is a research fellow at the Brussels office of the Prague-based Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM where she is focusing on issues around Transatlantic and Central and Eastern European security, NATO, and Eastern Partnership. In addition, Danielle is also an independent consultant for the Alliance of Democracies Foundation. 


Production: Emma Hontebeyrie


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