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UK Court Rule on Brexit: U-M Experts Available to Comment

Experts advisory on Brexit

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Trade Ministers Discuss Halting or Reforming the US-EU Trade Talks

The French Trade Minister Matthias Fekl and the Austrian Vice-Chancellor Reinhold Mitterlehner proposed halting the EU-US trade talks, known as the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership or TTIP, during an informal meeting of trade ministers in Bratislava, Slovakia. Trade ministers also discussed the ratification of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada which has been urged to reject by many civil society groups.

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Divided Britain: Research Reveals Growing Gulf Between Those Financially Included and Excluded

The gulf between the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ in British society is widening. On one side, more people are having to exist without bank accounts, resorting to food banks and being evicted from their homes. On the other, more people are benefitting from workplace pensions, paying low interest rates on their mortgages and increasing their savings.

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Terry Shevlin Can Comment on European Commission Ruling That Apple Must Pay $14.5 Million in Back Taxes to Ireland

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British Investors Stand to Lose Out on Big Beer Money

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From Policies Espoused by Trump to Brexit, Is Globalization Dying?

Rising political polarization, incivility and violence have led many people to ask, “What on earth is going on in America?” In the keynote address at the American Psychological Association’s 124th Annual Convention, renowned social psychologist Jonathan Haidt, PhD, will talk about how recent trends – including the growth of right-wing populist movements, the decline of trust in institutions and the increasingly divisive role of immigration in America and Europe – can be understood by drawing on psychology and other social sciences. Haidt will discuss how these trends threaten liberal democracies and will explain how the 21st century should be the century of social science.

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There Is Still Time to Save Democracy in Turkey, Expert Says.

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European Union Expert Can Discuss British Relations With U.S. After Brexit

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Brexit Could Threaten Neurodegenerative Disease Research in Europe

Neurodegenerative disease researchers in the U.K. fear the Brexit will curtail their access to EU funds and complicate international collaborations. Analysts agree that a U.K. exit is likely to harm big science across the continent.

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What Does Brexit Mean for Global Trade, the Economy, and the U.S. Election? Chicago Booth Experts Weigh In.







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