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Brexit: Getting Started

This guide is based on work by Jim Church, University of California, Berkeley Libraries and emphasizes official government statements and publications along with responses from think tanks.

Introduction

Developments surrounding the "Brexit" or vote on the Referendum of the United Kingdom's Membership of the European Union are evolving.  At present most research has been published by think tanks and governments.  Some coverage can be also be found in academic journals from the UK such as International Affairs and Political Quarterly

The European Documentation Centre at Cardiff University has an excellent guide to the Brexit Debate.  The British Library also has a EU Referendum Information Guide.   

Think Tanks

​Project Syndicate

Brueghal Posts on the Brexit

Brookings

Center for European Policy Studies

Center for European Reform

Chatham House (Royal Institute for International Affairs)

Council on Foreign Relations

European Council on Foreign Relations

European Parliamentary Research Service

German Institute for International and Security Affairs

Institute of Fiscal Studies

National Institute of Social and Economic Research

Netherlands Institute of International Relations

London School of Economics and Political Science

Peterson Institute For International Economics

Search Engines & Repositories

Video & Social Media

Europarl TV.  Videos from the European Parliament tagged for "UK Referendum" 

European Council Tweets and Media

European People's Party (EPP) Tweets and Media