Cezar Teclean
Cezar Teclean
Geographer, Ph.D. in Geography, “Al. I. Cuza” University of Iași, Ph.D. in Economics and International Business, the Bucharest University of Economic Studies; interested in Geoeconomics, Regional Development, Political Geography and International Relations
Europe after Brexit: Isolating the Continent

Europe after Brexit: Isolating the Continent

The exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union remains undoubtedly the event of the year 2020. From a technical, procedural and institutional point of view, it was an impeccable, flawless process, according to the provisions of the existing EU regulatory framework, even if it took place after a difficult journey over three years from the date of the British referendum in 2016. Historically, the event does not deviate from the British pragmatic-action note – from the epistemic point of view, it can be explained in the margin of the neorealist paradigm, and, from the emotional point of view, it raises interest only from the perspective of its media exploitation.  More



The Romanian-American Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture (RAFPEC)
Amfiteatru Economic

OEconomica No. 1, 2016