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The Future of Anglo-German Relations: beyond Brexit

Hosted by the European Institute, the School of Public Policy, and the Dahrendorf Forum, a project of LSE IDEAS

Old Theatre, Old Building

Speakers

Baroness Neville-Jones

Baroness Neville-Jones

Professor Iain Begg

Dr Norbert Röttgen

Dr Norbert Röttgen

Chair

Professor Tony Travers

Professor Tony Travers

This panel discussion will focus on assessing the implications of the Brexit process for the future of Anglo-German relations. 

The UK’s relations with Germany are important in a variety of strategic contexts. But, what are the implications of the Brexit process for the future of Anglo-German relations? How far can shared security interests withstand wider instability, if not conflict? Can the two nations maintain the same levels of foreign policy cooperation?

Iain Begg (@IainBeggLSE) is Academic Co-Director of the Dahrendorf Forum at LSE IDEAS and professorial research fellow at the European Institute.

Pauline Neville-Jones is a Conservative peer in the House of Lords and sits on the Joint Committee for the National Security Strategy. She was David Cameron’s National Security Adviser and is former Minister for Security and Counter Terrorism. Until 2014, she was the PM’s Special Representative to business for cyber security

Dr Norbert Röttgen (@n_roettgen) is Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the German Bundestag.

Tony Travers is Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy, LSE.

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The LSESU German Society (@LSE_GermanSoc) is a student society of the LSE Students' Union. With currently over 500 members, the Society has become the largest German student society in the UK. The society promotes an interest in German culture, politics, business and language.

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