The UK and Denmark: Where next after the split?

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Think Tank Europa
Nygade 4. 4. th.
1164 Copenhagen K

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Webinar on Denmark and EU coalition partners

This webinar will take place Tuesday 19 January at 10am-11am.

To join the meeting, please register here.

Brexit has changed the balance of power in the EU.
 
The UK has been a close ally of Denmark in the EU since both countries joined in 1973. The UK and Denmark had a joint agenda on free trade, enlargement, budget, and opt-outs as the euro and defence. In 2020 the UK officially left the EU and at Christmas a new agreement between the EU and UK was forged.
 
So, where next after the split?
 
In the autumn 2020, we have looked for potential future EU allies of Denmark. In this final webinar, director Lykke Friis interviews Dr Kirsty Hughes, director of the think tank Scottish Centre on European Realtions and Rafael Loss, Coordinator for Pan-European Data Projects at the ECFR.