On 23 June 2016 the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. On 29 March 2017 the British government formally notified the EU of its intention to leave. That started the 2-year clock under the Article 50 proceedings for agreeing the terms of separation. A separate negotiation will be conducted on the terms of the UK’s future relationship with the EU. The UK will also have to develop new policies towards and reach new agreements with other countries in the world.
Associated activities and publications
5 May 2017 Alasdair Young discussed the EU’s global role as part of a plenary panel on “Will Brexit Help or Hurt the EU?” at the 15th Biennial International Conference of the European Union Studies Association, Miami, FL, 4-6 May 2017.
26 Apr. 2017 Scott Brown’s testimony to the House of Commons enquiry on UK-China relations published.
4 Apr. 2017 Alasdair Young and Scott Brown discussed “The Future of Europe” with European Horizons.
28 Feb. 2017 The French, German and Irish Consuls General gave their countries’ perspectives on Brexit
21 Feb. 2017 British Consul General Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford presented the British governments approach to the Brexit negotiations.
29 Sept. 2016 Scott Brown and Alasdair Young discussed Brexit at the Atlanta Economics Club
9 Sept. 2016 Panel discussion on “Brexit Or: Breaking up is hard to do” at Georgia Tech
26 May 2016 Alasdair Young moderated a panel discussion on “Potential Implications of a British Exit from the European Union” with the British, Irish and German Consul Generals at the Atlanta Council on International Relations.
18 Mar. 2016 Panel discussion Brexit? The UK’s Decision Whether to Leave the European Union with Richard Whitman (University of Kent) and Alasdair Young (Nunn School)
1 Mar. 2016 Alasdair Young and German Consul General Detlve Ruenger discussed ‘The European Union: Challenges and Future Prospects’ at the World Affairs Council of Atlanta Members Forum.