The Brexit vote is the answer to a simple question: together or alone. Britain has decided to go alone. It is important to differentiate between what SHOULD happen and what is LIKELY to happen. This policy paper by Henrik Enderlein answers six simple questions that should serve as guidelines in the current debate:
1 When will Article 50 be triggered?
2 Which negotiation under Article 50?
3 Is there scope for an enhanced associated membership?
4 Should the EU further integrate as a reaction to the Brexit vote – or rather stop integration now because of the rise of Euroscepticism?
5 Should there be a multi-tiered Europe?
6 Should there be Treaty change?
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