ECFR’s World in 30 Minutes: UK Elections

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On 7 May the British public is asked to choose a new government. Mark Leonard, director of ECFR, Robin Niblett, the director of Chatham House, Charles Grant, the director of the Centre for European Reform, and Ulrike Franke, Research Assistant at ECFR, discuss the possible outcomes and what this would mean for the future of British foreign policy.

Bookshelf:

Ruling the Void: The Hollowing of Western Democracy by Peter Mair

The War that ended Peace: The Road to 1914 by Margaret MacMillan

World Order by Henry Kissinger

Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt by Michael Lewis

Publications by the experts:

Britain’s uncertain European future by Robin Niblett

The economic consequences of leaving the EU by Charles Grant

The British problem and what it means for Europe by Mark Leonard