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Untying the Knot

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Oonagh Fitzgerald

Oonagh Fitzgerald is the director of the international law research program at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) in Waterloo, Ontario. She is the co-editor with Eva Lein of Complexity’s Embrace: The International Law Implications of Brexit, published in 2018 year by CIGI Press.

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Oonagh Fitzgerald

Brexit and the Long, Baffling Goodbye

Oonagh Fitzgerald in conversation with Colin Crouch September 2018
In a summer rife with Brexit drama, Boris Johnson encapsulated the mood of things when he resigned, with characteristic flair, from his post as foreign secretary. The Brexit “dream is dying,” he wrote in his July 9 letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, some two years after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Johnson was one of several pro-Brexit ministers and senior politicians to resign after May’s plans for a soft Brexit were…