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Switzerland-EU Relations
Lessons for the UK after Brexit?



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ISBN 9780367482053
March 22, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
256 Pages 14 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

This book offers an up-to-date assessment of the state of Switzerland-EU relations with the aim of drawing lessons from the Swiss experience to shed light on the challenges facing the UK post-Brexit and, more broadly, on how non-member states can adapt to ‘integration without membership’.

The book covers the main issues in the Swiss experience of dealing with the EU over the last 30 years. These include the determinants of the 1992 vote, the architecture of the bilateral agreements signed since then, the economic interests at stake, the role played by immigration, the impact on the country’s federal system, the political, social, and cultural factors shaping attitudes to integration, and how the ‘Swiss model’ has featured in the discourse about Brexit. The concluding chapter identifies the key lessons Switzerland’s experience offers for the British debate on the country’s relations with the EU post-Brexit.

This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of European Union politics, European politics, Swiss Politics, British Politics, Brexit, and more broadly to international relations.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

Oscar Mazzoleni and Paolo Dardanelli

2. Looking Back: 1992 as a Critical Juncture

Georg Kreis

3. The Economic Dimension

Sergio Rossi and Guillaume Vallet

4. The Bilateral Approach: Achievements and Limitations

René Schwok

5. The Question of Immigration: A Challenge to National Identity and Social Cohesion

Sabine Jenni

6. Integration and State Structures: What Connections?

Paolo Dardanelli

7. Political Parties and Europe: An Enduring Dilemma

Blaise Fontanellaz and Paolo Dardanelli

8. Explaining Support for European Integration in Direct Democracy Votes

Pascal Sciarini

9. Rooting for Europe: Territorial Patterns in Voting Behaviour

Sean Mueller

10. Cultural Roots of Euroscepticism in German-speaking Switzerland and England

Tobias Theiler

11. Regionalism and Euroscepticism: The Case of Ticino

Oscar Mazzoleni

12. Learning from Switzerland after Brexit: More Barriers than Breakthroughs

Clive H. Church

13. Conclusions: Insights from Switzerland’s Experience

Paolo Dardanelli and Oscar Mazzoleni

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Biography

Paolo Dardanelli is Reader in Comparative Politics at the University of Kent, UK.

Oscar Mazzoleni is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Osservatorio della vita politica regionale at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.