With the “Brexit transition period” coming to an end this year, the United Kingdom will formally leave the European Union at the start of 2021. With negotiations between the two entities continuing to stall, what does the future of Europe and the UK look like? Will the UK survive a possible Scottish vote to leave? Who will step up and take command of Europe now that Angela Merkel is out of the spotlight.
Facilitator: Andrés Gallo, PhD
Dr. Andrés Gallo is an Associate Professor and Richard deRaismes Kip fellow at the Department of Economics and Geography and Co-Director of the Flagship program in International Business at the Coggin College of Business, University of North Florida. He specializes in international economic issues, with a focus on Latin America and economic development.
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