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BREXIT, THE TRUMP EFFECT, AND DE-GLOBALIZATION

BREXIT, THE TRUMP EFFECT, AND DE-GLOBALIZATION

The referendum on British exit from the European Union, the election of Donald J. Trump to the presidency of the United States, the increase in popularity of right wing political parties across Europe, the demise of the Trans Pacific Partnership and the proposed tweaking of existing trade agreement have called into question the existing architecture of international political and economic institutions.

This ebook address the legal processes by which signatories of agreements and members of organizations may disengage, while preserving or modifying those provisions that retain a consensus of value. The papers in this ebook measure the economic consequences of de-globalization, both for members and signatories, as well as, non-participants. The exploration of the politics of de-globalization, including preservation of existing agreements and withdrawal are also subjects that are addressed in Brexit, the Trump effect, and de-globalization.


Brexit,Trade and Agriculture: Waiting for Answers,Britain After Brexit - Brief Overview,Comparative Advantage in De-Globalisation: Brexit,America First and Africas Continental Free Trade Area,CONFLICT,INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND PRESIDENT TRUMP'S ISOLATIONIST POLICIES,Keeping it Real: Debunking the Deglobalization Myth,Brexit, and Trump: "Lessons" on Integration,Multinationals' effects: A nearly unexplored aspect of Brexit

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