Ireland’s Brexit Headache

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Tænketanken EUROPA
Amagertorv 29A 4. sal
1160 København K

Indgang fra Klostergaarden
+45 33 13 07 30

Briefing, 23. maj kl. 16.30 - 18.00
Tænketanken EUROPA, Amagertorv 29a, 4.sal
(Indgang fra Strøget via Klostergaarden) 
PÅ ENGELSK / IN ENGLISH

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No one knows better than the Irish how the UK thinks and will act during Brexit.  

For that reason Ireland is probably the best prepared country for the upcoming negotiations of EU27. At the same time, Ireland has the most to loose from the negotiations regarding the Peace Process in Northern Ireland, border issues, trans-border economic and regional development, trade, transport, and energy.

This briefing views the EU’s Brexit negotiations through Irish lenses. Can Denmark learn anything from the Irish?

Speakers:

  • Daithi O’Ceallaigh, former Irish Ambassador to Great Britain, former Director of Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) and chairmand of IIEA’s Brexit Unit. 
  • Niels Pultz, Senior Advisor at Think Tank EUROPA, former Danish Ambassador to Ireland. 

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