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Alternate Forms of Brexit and Their Implications for the UK, the EU, and the US

Brexit is the first time since World War II that a developed country has decided to leave a major international institution without military defeat or political revolution. RAND’s study, "After Brexit: Alternate Forms of Brexit and their Implications for the United Kingdom, the European Union, and the United States," uses game theory to analyze the broad issues, then delves into the potential economic effects of five “hard Brexit” and three “soft Brexit” options. Significantly, the study also explores the implications for the United States, including effects on US economic, political and security interests, and the alternative paths that America’s future relationships with the UK and the EU may take. Join us for a discussion with RAND’s Vice President, Ambassador Charles Ries, and members of the RAND team.

Date & Time

Friday
Dec. 15, 2017
9:00am – 11:00am ET

Location

6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center
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Overview

Brexit is the first time since World War II that a developed country has decided to leave a major international institution without military defeat or political revolution. RAND’s study, "After Brexit: Alternate Forms of Brexit and their Implications for the United Kingdom, the European Union, and the United States," uses game theory to analyze the broad issues, then delves into the potential economic effects of five “hard Brexit” and three “soft Brexit” options. Significantly, the study also explores the implications for the United States, including effects on US economic, political and security interests, and the alternative paths that America’s future relationships with the UK and the EU may take. Join us for a discussion with RAND’s Vice President, Ambassador Charles Ries, and members of the RAND team.

Speaker

Charles P. Ries

Charles P. Ries

Vice President, RAND Corporation
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Global Europe Program

The Global Europe Program addresses vital issues affecting the European continent, U.S.-European relations, and Europe’s ties with the rest of the world. We investigate European approaches to critical global issues: digital transformation, climate, migration, global governance. We also examine Europe’s relations with Russia and Eurasia, China and the Indo-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Our program activities cover a wide range of topics, from the role of NATO, the European Union and the OSCE to European energy security, trade disputes, challenges to democracy, and counter-terrorism. The Global Europe Program’s staff, scholars-in-residence, and Global Fellows participate in seminars, policy study groups, and international conferences to provide analytical recommendations to policy makers and the media.  Read more

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