After Brexit : Britain´s Future

After Brexit : Britain´s Future

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After Brexit : Britain´s Future

Show simple item record Seguí Alcaraz, Antoni 2022-05-19T14:39:56Z 2022-05-19T14:39:56Z 2021
dc.description.abstract After 43 years as a member first of th e European Communi ty a nd then the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom decided, in what is assumed to be the most democratic way possible, to leave this relationship. The British public have voted against their own interests. People across Europe, and indeed throughout the world, are afraid. Above all they are afraid of globalisation, which they believe has brought the threat of the other into their daily lives and has undermined their livelihoods, while benefiting only an elite few. They fear for their safety and their jobs and they are angry with the leaders who have proved incapable of defending their interests.
dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartof Global Journal of Management and Business Research: B Economics and Commerce, 2021, vol. XXI, num. II, p. 1-6
dc.source Seguí Alcaraz, Antoni 2021 After Brexit : Britain´s Future Global Journal of Management and Business Research: B Economics and Commerce XXI II 1 6
dc.subject Política mundial
dc.subject Relacions internacionals
dc.title After Brexit : Britain´s Future
dc.type journal article es_ES 2022-05-19T14:39:56Z
dc.identifier.idgrec 152853
dc.rights.accessRights open access es_ES

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