Brexit: Continuing Consequences Two Years Later
On our September 14 roundtable discussion, Mitchell Smith and Suzette Grillot discuss how Brexit is continuing to impact the region two years later. Then, our host speaks to NYT correspondent Stephen Castle about the UK’s political future.
Mitchell Smith is a Professor and Chair of the Department of International and Area Studies at the University of Oklahoma. His research and courses cover the politics, economics, and public policy of the European Union and its member states. To read more of Dr. Smith’s thoughts on policy in the EU and beyond, visit his blog at mitchellpsmith.com.
Stephen Castle is the London correspondent of The New York Times. He has written extensively on Brexit, and his work has been republished by a number of news outlets including The Independent, the Sydney Morning Herald, O Globo, and The Times of India. Castle, a graduate of Cambridge University, formerly served as the IHT bureau chief in Brussels and political editor of The Independent. He joins World Views to explore Brexit’s political impacts and the future of Great Britain’s relationship with the EU.
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