After Brexit, Boris Johnson’s government has positioned itself on the world stage as an independent actor who does not duck back to autocratic countries.
But the new self-confidence is also due to the constraints of power politics and threatens to entail economic costs.
Will the UK turn into a “Singapore on the Thames” after Brexit, with foreign policy only concerned with its own profit instead of democracy and human rights?
6.09.2020 | Aktualisiert am 4.09.2020
Kategorien: Allgemein, Brexit (English)
Schlagwörter: david frost, eu-uk, future relationship, How Great Britain goes on the offensive in terms of foreign policy after Brexit, How Great Britain goes on the offensive in terms of foreign policy after Brexit - Brexit explained, michel barnier, negotiations, no deal brexit, prime minister, trade deal, transition period, transition phase