General Note: Content
Given the geopolitical and geoeconomic importance of the 23 June Referendum in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, this Library Alert will focus exclusively on the implications of this vote. Normally, only academic research and reports are included in Library Alerts; however, as little time has passed since the Referendum, commentary, statements, and discussions from influential international security and foreign policy institutions in the United Kingdom, the United States, Continental Europe, and elsewhere are included. Some British government publications and news items are included as well.
As of 5 July 2016, the following are the most detailed open access resources about Brexit of which the USAWC Library is aware. More detailed reports may become available in the future, in which case they will be considered for inclusion in future Library Alerts.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Centre for European Reform (United Kingdom)
Atlantic Council (United States)
Egmont Institute Royal Institute for International Relations (Belgium)
Clingendael: Netherlands Institute of International Relations (The Netherlands)
German Marshall Fund of the United States (Offices in the United States and Europe)
General Note: Links
Note: If patrons have difficulty opening links, the following can be done as a work around:
- Right-click on the link and save the pdf as a file to your computer. Then open the pdf from your computer.
- Try opening the link in Mozilla Firefox.
The USAWC Library is unable to provide assistance opening links; however, the Library does ensure that links work immediately before publishing to the Library Alerts webpage.