Scotland and Northern Ireland caught between Brexit, international and EU law: why a custom barrier within the British Isles might be unavoidable

Costa, Mattia

Geneva : The Graduate Institute, Centre for Trade and Economic Integration, 2017 . - 15 p.

CTEI Working Paper ; 2017-09

Abstract: The aim of the paper is to foresee the constitutional and international status of Scotland and Northern Ireland following the triggering of the art. 50 Treaty of the European Union's (TEU) mechanism by the British Government, with a special focus on the possible termination of the free movement of goods within the British Isles.

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