In this new series, ECFR Director Mark Leonard, with support from guest authors, comments on the position of Britain in Europe as David Cameron’s EU renegotiation campaign continues. Here you will find new analysis on both the principles and practicalities of one of the most important reconsiderations of the European project yet.
We are grateful to Stiftung Mercator for their support for this project.
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The people have spoken. But yesterday’s vote to leave the European Union is only the beginning of what will be a long and uncertain process of divorce.
The uncertainty is stress-testing the British elite and the rest of the world, which is looking on helplessly at the results.
Why are the Brexiteers so worried about the American President’s intervention in the referendum campaign?
Terrorist attacks in Brussels were quickly pounced on by Brexit supporters, but is Britain's security is strengthened by EU cooperation?
Is time of complacency over for David Cameron?
At a crucial stage in the renegotiation phase, Cameron is choosing foreign policy to demonstrate the UK’s worth to the EU.
'Out' campaigners argue a vote to leave could be a way of strengthening Britains negotiating hand - they're wrong.
The Franco-German perspective on the British referendum on the EU
The refugee crisis will make the campaign to keep Britain in Europe much more complicated to win.