The Brexit and Its Impact.

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The Brexit and its impactAlesja PolancoInternational RelationsINR2002:301302017, Aug. 05Contents1 Introduction ……………………………………………………………………………...21.2 Definition of “Britain”, “Great Britain” and “United Kingdom of    Great Britain”21.3 What is Brexit? …………………………………………………………………………31.4 Historic dissatisfaction that led to Brexit ………………………………………….....41.5 Special Rights in the EU ………………………..............................................................61.6 Who voted for/against the Brexit and why? …………………………………………..61.7 How does UK want to get out of the EU? ……………………………………………..81.8 What impact would the Brexit have on the UK? ……………………………………..91.9 What is the impact of Brexit on the EU? ………………………………………………101.9. What does the Brexit mean for financial metropolis of London? …………………..112.0 What changes does the Brexit bring for EU citizens living in the UK? ……………122.1 Brexit from the point of view of realists and liberalists …………………………….132.2 Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………………..141 IntroductionThere are many impacts on the economy coming along with the voting on the EU referendum and the following Exit of the European Union (“Brexit”). It was a daring step and not all effects that the result could cause, were taken into consideration. Politicians have played with people's phobia of immigrants. One of the main slogans of the campaign “Vote leave, take control”, was used in context with the British boarders and the inflows of refugees and immigrants from Eastern Europe, high payments to Brussels that could be used towards the domestic economy and making own laws independent from the EU (campaign, 2016). This heavy decision was left up to the people, who may have not thought of all long-run consequences this Brexit could bring and were driven by their emotions. The politicians bet on the decades long dissatisfaction of the British people with the European Union and won. Most of the voters were not able to weigh the pro’s and contras of the EU and voted for the Brexit without being prepared for the aftermath. Now the British government is under a time pressure to come up with a sustainable plan on how to exit the EU and regulate the new structure with EU as a still important economic and political neighbour.

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