The best of Juncture on Europe, Brexit and the EU
Brexit is official. The editors of Juncture offer a reading guide to help us better understand how we got here, and prepare us for what's ahead.
With the triggering of article 50, the UK’s 44-year membership of the European project will shortly draw to a close, fundamentally changing – and challenging – the political-economic order of the UK. Juncture has charted the UK’s complicated relationship with Europe, the future of the EU itself, and how the politics and economics of exit will reshape the country. We are pleased to bring together the best of this writing here, to both better understand how we got here, and where we are going.
These articles are free to read on Wiley Online Library for the next 30 days, courtesy of our publisher Wiley-Blackwell.
A second great transformation in Europe: The rise and imminent fall of the technocrats / Bo Strath
- Democracy large and small: Reforming the EU to sustain democratic legitimacy on all levels / Fritz Scharpf
- Interview / Claus Offe
- A win for proper people? Brexit as a rejection of the networked world / David Runciman
- A new way back for social democracy? The EU referendum and its lessons for the left / Vernon Bogdanor
- Between Scylla and Charybdis: Brexit as fate and trap / Helen Thompson
- Remain in light: What do Labour’s many Remain supporters want to happen next? / John Curtice
- Not the end, my friend: Labour, the referendum result and the challenges that remain / John Curtice
- After Brexit: The Eurosceptic dream of an Anglosphere \ Michael Kenny and Nick Pearce
- Parsing populism: Who is and who is not a populist these days? / Jan-Werner Müller