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Britain against the world? foreign and security policy in the 'age of Brexit'

@inproceedings{Hadfield2018BritainAT,
  title={Britain against the world? foreign and security policy in the 'age of Brexit'},
  author={A. Hadfield},
  year={2018}
}
Few events demand a wholesale reset of key policies. But Brexit is one of them. The foreign policy challenges arising for both Britain and its European partners are considerable. Foreign policy is something of a paradox. Scholars are taught about the long-standing axioms of statehood, and schooled in the age-old verities of conflict and cooperation. Pragmatic policies, as Kissinger reminds us, ‘must be based on some fixed principles in order to prevent tactical skill from dissipating… Expand
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