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UK/EU: New year, new deadlines, new (slow-moving) drama

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As anticipated, both sides agreed on a zero tariffs/quota trade deal just in time for Christmas. But the limited nature of the deal leaves many questions unanswered, chief among them the outlook for the (financial) services sector. Respective talks began this week, as a first deadline looms in March. Given the underlying political fluidity in the UK, however, uncertainty in this area is likely to persist for many years to come. The 2020 deal deviated from previous expectations in only two aspects. First, it contains even less ambitious provisions on regulatory cooperation; second, it introduc
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UK/EU: Deal or delay?

( 3 mins read ) Speculation has been growing that a post-Brexit trade deal will be announced before or on 24 December. In true Brexit fashion, however, earlier expectations for an imminent presentation of a deal turned out to have

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I'm somewhat agnostic in the great name order fight. I'm generally more inclined to use surname first, as I did in my book, but in my work for clients I do surname last. But I will say that of all the names I use with some regularity, *Taro Kono* just sounds wrong.

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Congratulations to President @JoeBiden and Vice President @KamalaHarris on your inauguration. Japan and the United States are allies tied firmly by bonds and shared universal values.

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Truly excellent article on the sources of Macron’s foreign policy views https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/29362/how-france-s-jean-pierre-chevenement-shaped-the-macron-agenda

La ironía de que el autor de una canción mítica como “Won’t get fooled again” se queje del efecto del Brexit sobre los músicos británicos después de haber dicho que no pasaría nada es verdaderamente sublime

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So Roger Daltrey got fooled again after all. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/more-than-100-music-stars-attack-brexit-deal-687znfk66

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