Event Highlights: The US-UK Relationship after Brexit

This October 15 discussion with W. Scott Lucas is the third in a series of talks on Brexit and the future of the United Kingdom taking place this October. The series is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University in collaboration with BU’s Evergreen Lifelong Learning Program. Lucas’s talk, titled “On the Whole I’d Rather Be in Dublin: The US-UK Relationship after Brexit,” focusses on the irrationality of Brexit (the “ripping up of the rulebook,” so to speak),  the UK’s relationship with the US and also with the EU in the aftermath of Brexit (“reworking the rulebook”), and the Johnson government’s tactics on the economy, Scotland, Ireland, etc.

W. Scott Lucas is Professor Emeritus of American Studies at University of Birmingham and an associate of the Clinton Institute at University College Dublin. A specialist in US and British foreign policy, his research interests also cover current international affairs, especially North Africa; the Middle East and Iran; New Media; and Intelligence Services. He is the founder and editor of EA WorldView, one of the leading news and analysis sites on US foreign policy and international affairs, especially in the Middle East, and a frequent contributor to American, British, and international media.


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