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EU Interaction Experience with Third Countries and UK Applicability after Brexit

Student: Mehrojkhon Boboev

Supervisor: Timofey Bordachev

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: International Relations (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

Brexit became an unprecedented case of withdrawal from the European Union. In March 2016 United Kingdom population voted to leave the integration association. Since that time the European Union and the United Kingdom were unable to agree on terms and conditions of the UK withdrawal and failed to determine the framework of their future trade and economic partnership. Many scholars proposed studies on future relations between London and Brussels based on existing models of EU interaction with third countries. However, previous research on the EU-Swiss model of trade and economic partnership as an applicable framework for the United Kingdom after Brexit represents a low-level analysis using inappropriate data. This study aims to identify the framework of the EU-UK relations after Brexit based on existing forms of relationships between the EU and third countries such as Norway, Switzerland, and Canada. Therefore, multiple comparative case-study, qualitative and quantitative content analysis will be used to examine existing relations between the European Union and third countries and their applicability to the UK after Brexit. Following the premises of this research, there is a high possibility that the neither model will be suitable for the United Kingdom after withdrawal.

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