The EU-Swiss Sectoral Approach Under Pressure: Not Least Because of Brexit

Tobler, Christa. (2021) The EU-Swiss Sectoral Approach Under Pressure: Not Least Because of Brexit. In: EU External Relations Law. Shared Competences and Shared Values in Agreements Between the EU and Its Eastern Neighbourhood. Cham, pp. 107-126.

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Switzerland's legal relationship with the European Union (EU) represents a unique model. Attractive as it may seem to certain other states, it is also a model under political pressure, both from the inside and the outside. This concerns notably the debate in Switzerland around the issue of migration from the EU to Switzerland and the demand of the EU for a renewed institutional framework for certain market agreements with the EU that has led to negotiations on this matter. Whilst Switzerland is seeking special solutions in both respects, the EU's rhetoric is increasingly emphasising the need for homogeneity in the internal market. The developments around Brexit have not made matters simpler and are themselves influenced by the situation in relation to Switzerland.
Faculties and Departments:02 Faculty of Law > Departement Rechtswissenschaften > Fachbereich Öffentliches Recht > Professur für Europarecht (Tobler)
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UniBasel Contributors:Tobler, Christa
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