Scotland’s Relationship with the EU after Brexit: Lessons from the Faroes

The Faroe Islands set an important precedent for a part of a unitary state to establish differentiated relations with the EU, writes Jacques Hartmann. He argues that the Faroes potentially yield important lessons for Scotland on how to retain at least some benefits of EU membership, even after a hard Brexit. Tórshavn – Faroe Islands, […]

Denmark and Brexit: An Ally Departing and Anticipations High

Over the years, Denmark has shared a scepticism for European integration alongside the UK, writes Ben Rosamond. He argues that the UK’s exit will see Denmark lose a key ally within the EU, and Danish politics and business will be following closely how the UK’s new relationship with the EU develops. Danish Flags, MPD01605, CC-BY-SA-2.0 […]

The UK’s EU Renegotiation: View from Denmark

The Danish government has been a reliable supporter of the UK’s renegotiation of its EU membership, writes Ben Rosamond. He notes that, in the context of Denmark’s own ambivalent relationship with the EU, keeping the UK in can be used to argue that the EU remains good for Denmark as well. David Cameron meets Lars […]