A British taxi driver waves a Union Jack while driving past a European Union flag that hangs outside a window in London

Brexit reveals grim outlook for EU

  • Brexit damages both the UK and the EU, though it does offer some opportunities
  • The EU stands to lose more, with its very existence coming into question
  • This state of affairs stems from Brussels’ insistence on pushing for an ever closer union despite worries about a deficit of democracy
  • Given the challenges it faces, the EU can only hold together with visionary leadership

The United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union has been described as a “seismic event,” partly because so few seemed to believe it was a possibility. Markets were taken aback. The Brussels establishment was shell-shocked, and even leaders of the “Leave” campaign appeared shaken. So, how bad is it?

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Professor Stefan Hedlund
European nations are not robots, programmable by Brussels technocrats
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What's inside
  • Brexit damages both the UK and the EU, though it does offer some opportunities
  • The EU stands to lose more, with its very existence coming into question
  • This state of affairs stems from Brussels’ insistence on pushing for an ever closer union despite worries about a deficit of democracy
  • Given the challenges it faces, the EU can only hold together with visionary leadership
Who will benefit?
  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
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