Ioannis Glinavos analyses the fallout from Brexit in two contributions for The Conversation and Raconteur Magazine
Law 25 August 2016
In his latest post for The Conversation, titled Why TTIP will live on - but not for the EU, Dr Ioannis Glinavos addresses the impact of the Brexit vote on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (a trade agreement currently being debated between the European Union and the United States) and on numerous other trade agreements.
Dr Glinavos also contributed to the Raconteur Magazine article, Horror Show: Brexit unleashes a political nightmare, with an interview. The piece provides an interesting insight into the economic, political and social implications of Britain leaving the European Union.
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