Once again the Dahrendorf Forum at LSE IDEAS was delighted to join with the LSE’s European Institute and the School of Public Policy to host this panel discussion, which focused on the implications of the Brexit process for the future of Anglo-German relations.
The UK’s relations with Germany are important in a variety of strategic contexts. But what are the likely implications of the Brexit process for the future of the Anglo-German relationship? How far can shared security interests withstand wider instability, if not conflict? And can the two nations maintain the same levels of foreign policy cooperation?
- Iain Begg, Professorial Research Fellow at LSE European Institute
- Pauline Neville-Jones, Conservative Peer in the House of Lords and member of the Joint Committee for the National Security Strategy
- Norbert Röttgen (@n_roettgen) is Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Bundestag.
- Chair: Tony Travers is Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy, LSE.
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A podcast of the panel discussion is available here.