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Brexit, Britain and the World: The Future of British Foreign Policy

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The European and Eurasian Studies Program and the Johns Hopkins SAIS Faculty Research Forum cordially invite you to a seminar with Dr. Christopher Hill, Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. Dr. Hill’s research focuses on foreign policy analysis and the international politics of Europe (including both the EU’s exter­nal relations and the foreign policies of the Member States), as well as general international relations, theories and practice.

In The Future of British Foreign Policy: Security and Diplomacy in a World after Brexit, Dr. Hill explores what lies ahead for British foreign policy in the shadows of Brexit and a more distant and protectionist America under Donald Trump. While there is much talk of a renewed global profile for the UK, Hill cautions that this is going to be difficult to turn into practical reality. Geography, history and limited resources mean that Britain is doomed to seek a continued foreign policy partnership with the Member States of the Union – only now it will be from outside the room looking in. As a result, there is the distinct possibility that both British and European foreign policies will end up worse off as the result of their divorce.

Light refreshments will be available at 4:30 p.m.

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