"Why the British Conception of Sovereignty Was the Main Reason for Brexit – And Why the British ‘Leave-Vote’ May End Up Saving rather than Undermining the EU"

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"Why the British Conception of Sovereignty Was the Main Reason for Brexit – And Why the British ‘Leave-Vote’ May End Up Saving rather than Undermining the EU". / Wind, Marlene.

2017. udg. Centro Studi sul Federalismo Research Paper, 2017.

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Harvard

Wind, M 2017 '"Why the British Conception of Sovereignty Was the Main Reason for Brexit – And Why the British ‘Leave-Vote’ May End Up Saving rather than Undermining the EU"' 2017 udg, Centro Studi sul Federalismo Research Paper.

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Wind, M. (2017). "Why the British Conception of Sovereignty Was the Main Reason for Brexit – And Why the British ‘Leave-Vote’ May End Up Saving rather than Undermining the EU". (2017 udg.) Centro Studi sul Federalismo Research Paper. CSF-SSSUP Working Paper Bind 2017 Nr. 3

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Wind M. "Why the British Conception of Sovereignty Was the Main Reason for Brexit – And Why the British ‘Leave-Vote’ May End Up Saving rather than Undermining the EU". 2017 udg. Centro Studi sul Federalismo Research Paper. 2017 jun 29.

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Wind, Marlene. / "Why the British Conception of Sovereignty Was the Main Reason for Brexit – And Why the British ‘Leave-Vote’ May End Up Saving rather than Undermining the EU". 2017. udg. Centro Studi sul Federalismo Research Paper, 2017. (CSF-SSSUP Working Paper ; Nr. 3, Bind 2017).

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