In a historic referendum held last Thursday, British voters have spoken and chosen to leave the European Union. As British and European leaders attempt to grapple with the decision, what does this mean for the future of the European Union? Is this the beginning of a process of disintegration of the European unity project? What should European leaders do in the next months to salvage the European Union, already weakened by the combined effects of the Euro and refugee crises? Finally, what does this mean for the transatlantic relationship?
On June 29th at 2:00 pm EDT, Hudson Institute was honored to host a discussion about these questions with Ben Judah, Manuel Lafont Rapnouil, Dalibor Rohac, and Roland Freudenstein. Benjamin Haddad moderated the discussion.