Article in India Today on ‘The legacies of the Leave EU vote’

CmQVhMUVYAAnCAf.jpgI have a short piece in the new issue of India Today on ‘The legacies of the Leave EU vote’. The piece is available open access.

I was asked to write about this for an international audience, so for UK or other European readers some of the discussion is likely to be quite familiar. Given the fast-moving nature of events, it is hard not to be overtaken by the news – notably it was written before Boris Johnson said he would not run.

Perhaps the distinctive contribution is that I begin thinking about the territorial and boundary implications of this vote. That is a topic which I may explore in future academic work.

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3 Responses to Article in India Today on ‘The legacies of the Leave EU vote’

  1. Pingback: Article in India Today on ‘The legacies of the Leave EU vote’  | PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR

  2. Clare O'Farrell says:

    Reblogged this on Foucault News and commented:
    Stuart Elden on Brexit and the border implications.

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