Brexit: Where are we, and where are we headed

Vendredi 15 juin 2018 14h15 à 16h15
Salle Leroy-Beaulieu - 27 rue Saint-Guillaume 75007 Paris
Organisé parSciences Po Co-organisé par

Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics at Sciences Po (CEE) & Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP) at Sciences Po

As part of the joint conference Sciences Po / European Consortium for Political Research Standing Group on the European Union. This year’s conference theme is « Contradictions – Whither the Political, Economic and Social Integration of Europe? »

The session will consider the state of the Brexit process both in terms of negotiations between the UK and the EU and within the UK itself.

Panelists will go on to speculate as to how this process might unfold and with what consequences :

  • Catherine Barnard, Senior Fellow of The UK in a Changing Europe, Professor of European Union Law and the Jean Monnet Chair of EU Law in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests include European Union law, labour and discrimination law, and competition law
  • Anand Menon, Director of The UK in a Changing Europe, is Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs, Kings College London. His research focuses on International Organizations, Theories of European Integration, British and French politics and foreign policies, EU institutions, EU foreign and security policies.
  • Tom Nuttall, Charlemagne columnist, covers European politics and economics. Before that he worked as US west coast correspondent in Los Angeles for two years, and as an editor on the Europe desk. Before joining The Economist he worked as an editor at the European Council on Foreign Relations, a think-tank, and spent several years as a senior editor at Prospect magazine
  • Ivan Rogers, KCMG, is the Former Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom to the European Union (2013-2017)
  • Herman Van Rompuy, President Emeritus European Council, Minister of State & President of the European Policy Centre

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