Brexit or Bremain? Implications of the UK’s EU referendum for Australia and the world.

Brexit or Bremain? Implications of the UK’s EU referendum for Australia and the world.

On 23 June the UK electorate will decide whether to remain a part of the European Union or vote to leave.  Advocates of ‘Brexit’ claim that it is time for the EU to regain its sovereignty and break free from the deadening hand of a moribund union.  Advocates of ‘Bremain’ argue that being part of the most developed supranational polity in the world enhances the UK’s sovereignty, wealth and security.  Three leading experts on European integration will discuss the domestic and international politics that have brought the UK to this decisive decision and analyse its implications for Australia and the world.

Speakers:

Dr Anmmarie Elijah, Associate Director of the ANU Centre for European Studies;

Dr Remy Davison, Jean Monnet Chair in Politics and Economics, Monash University;

Dr Ben Wellings, Deputy-Director of the Monash European and EU Centre.

Moderator:

Professor Marko Pavlyshyn, Director of the Monash European and EU Centre.

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Date & time

Wed 01 Jun 2016, 12am

Location

Monash University Caulfield C1.10 Building C, Ground Floor, Monash Caulfield Campus

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