On January 31, the United Kingdom left the European Union and entered into a transition period, during which the UK remains in the EU customs union and single market. This implementation phase, which has allowed for crucial negotiations on the future of the UK-EU relationship, is due to end December 31, and divergence on key issues continues to stall progress.
Given these uncertainties, what does the future hold for the UK and the EU? What dangers might Brexit pose to the Good Friday Agreement? And how will the new Biden administration navigate a post-Brexit reality?
Join us for a timely conversation featuring insights from a panel of experts, who will explore these issues and unpack their implications for the future of these geopolitical relationships.
Director of UK in a Changing Europe; Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs, King’s College London
Heather A. Conley
Senior Vice President for Europe, Eurasia, and the Arctic and Director of the Europe Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Professor of Political Sociology at Queen’s University Belfast; Senior Fellow of UK in a Changing Europe
Professor of Economics, New York University Abu Dhabi
Moderator: Patrick Griffin
Madden-Hennebry Professor of History and Director, Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies
This event is presented by the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs, and by UK in a Changing Europe.