At ICS, Friday the 24th, 2.30pm.
On 23 June 2016 Britain will decide in a new referendum if it wants to remain or to leave the EU. The aim of this roundtable and book launch is to reflect upon some of the wider implications of this momentous decision. How did the polls perform? What does the campaign and the result tell us about British politics and its historically complex relationship with Continental Europe?What will be the implications of the vote for the United Kingdom, for the EU and for the world?
Roundtable debate 14:30-16:00
Chair: Marina Costa Lobo, ICS-ULisboa
Pedro Magalhães, ICS-ULisboa & FFMS
Nicola Chelotti, London School of Economics & Political Science
Bruno Reis, ICS-ULisboa & Michael Howard Center – King’s College London
Book Launch 16:30-17:30
Chelotti, Nicola (2016) The formulation of EU foreign policy: socialization, negotiations and disaggregation of the state. Abingdon: Routledge.
Chair: António Costa Pinto, ICS-ULisboa
Discussant: Marcelo Camerlo, ICS-ULisboa