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Life after Brexit: The UK and the EU after the referendum
Thursday, September 29th, 2016. 17:30 - 19:00
UF Gothenburg welcomes you to the lecture by Adrian Hyde-Price, Professor of Political Science at the University of Gothenburg, on the future of the UK in the aftermath of Brexit.
BREXIT has come as a shock to many British citizens, and to the EU. In the UK, discussions are now underway as to what shape the UK’s relationship with the EU should take after BREXIT, with no clear ideas or coherent strategy. In the EU, discussions are now focused on how to give the European integration process clear direction and renewed impetus. This lecture will examine some of the key issues and reflect on the implications of BREXIT for both British politics and the future of the EU.
Adrian Hyde-Price is Professor of Political Science at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He is a British citizen who has previously held academic appointments at the universities of Bath, Leicester, Birmingham, Southampton and Manchester, and has been a Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) in London. His research focuses on European security, and he specializes on the EU and NATO; German foreign and security policy; and security in the Baltic Sea region. His main publications include The Challenge of Multipolarity: European Security in the Twenty-First Century (2007); Germany and European Order (2000); The International Politics of East Central Europe (1996); European Security Beyond the Cold War: Four Scenarios for the Year 2010 (1991); and British Foreign Policy and the Anglican Church: Christian Engagement with the Contemporary World (co-edited 2008).
Free for members. 20kr for non-members.