The United Kingdom’s strategy should be to take a more considered, sectoral approach to trade – thereby strengthening its own internal market and its future relationship with key EU member states
King’s College London
Euan Carss is an Economic and Social Research Council funded PhD candidate at King’s College London. He holds an MA (Hons) in international relations from the University of Edinburgh, an MSc in crisis and security management from Leiden University in The Netherlands, and recently completed an MA in European studies at King’s College London. His doctoral research focuses primarily on issues of trust in international relations, particularly the meta-theoretical underpinnings of the concept and its useful application in terms of the foreign and security policy of the EU towards nearby non-member states.
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