THE EUROPEAN UNION AND BREXIT: ANALYSIS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE VISEGRAD GROUP COUNTRIES

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Adrian Chojan

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The article aims to analyze Brexit from the perspective of the Visegrad Group countries in the context of the future of the European Union. Addressing this issue is important from the point of view of assessing the role of the EU for the Visegrad countries. The main thesis of the research is that Brexit will not lead to a reform of the EU in the coming years, which is what some of the Visegrad Group countries are trying to do. The article is provocative, because, during the migration crisis, the Visegrad Group was shown as a brake on the European integration process. After Brexit, it was considered that some of EU Member States could follow Great Britain and leave the EU. The article complements the scientific achievements in this field, as it presents the view from the country of Central and Eastern Europe.  

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Chojan, A. (2021). THE EUROPEAN UNION AND BREXIT: ANALYSIS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE VISEGRAD GROUP COUNTRIES. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 7(2), 141-153. https://doi.org/10.47305/JLIA21720141c
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Adrian Chojan, Georgian National University, Georgia

Adrian Chojan, Assistant Professor at the Department of International Political Relations, Lazarski University (LU). Deputy Dean for Scientific and Operational Affairs at the Faculty of Economics and Management, LU. A researcher with the Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. His major professional interests reside in the field of Polish foreign policy, Polish political parties, external relations of the European Union, and European integration. His most renowned publications are “Polish European policy under the rule of governments formed by the Law and Justice party – foundations and practice” (co-authorship with Mikolaj Tomaszyk), 2017; “The United States on the Three Seas Initiative,” 2019, and “Brexit and Its Impact on Poland’s Policy Towards Europe – An Attempt to Forecast,” 2020.

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