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Le marteau du Brexit : répercussions pour les États-Unis et les relations transatlantiques au temps de Corona

Kohnert, Dirk (2021): Le marteau du Brexit : répercussions pour les États-Unis et les relations transatlantiques au temps de Corona.

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Abstract

The global revival of economic nationalism and protectionism poses a serious threat to the orientation of international foreign trade policy towards the principles of the WTO market economy. Economists agree that Brexit will significantly harm the UK economy in the medium to long term. In addition, its political and economic effects will also damage the United States and transatlantic relations. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, meanwhile, continues to assert that leaving the EU will allow Britain to "regain control". In addition, the socio-economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the US, UK, the EU and transatlantic relations are devastating. It has far-reaching political, social and economic consequences that go far beyond public health. All the partners need each other more than ever to face the Covid crisis. Greater transatlantic cooperation to build resilience would also be needed in closely related areas of international relations and security issues.

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