The End of Deeper Integration? Making Sense of Brexit in Europe
For the first time since the creation of the EU, a member state has voted to leave. With Euroscepticism on the rise, the result of the UK’s EU referendum was met with both sympathy and horror across Europe.
In this session, the speaker will discuss the reactions to Brexit in Germany and what the implications might be for European integration more broadly. In particular, she will explore how the EU may use the UK’s exit as an opportunity to rethink its priorities and future development.
This is part of a series run by the Europe Programme on ‘Britain and Europe: The Post-Referendum Agenda’.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.