Professor Gwendolyn Sasse is among a selection of experts who gave their analysis of the foreign and security policy challenges shaping Europe’s role in the world. “The biggest damage has been done to British politics and society, and whatever the result of the June 23 referendum on the UK’s EU membership, it is unclear whether and how this damage can be repaired,” starts off Sasse. She stresses that even though Prime Minister David Cameron’s victory in the 2015 general election was premised on holding this referendum, the resulting party divides and switching of sides have contributed to a detrimental erosion of public trust in the government and in politics in general. The article contributes to a regular series of expert insights that are gathered and curated by the editor in chief of “Strategic Europe”. To read the full article, please follow the link: http://carnegieeurope.eu/strategiceurope/?fa=63873
Will the UK Referendum Irreparably Damage Europe?
Gwendolyn Sasse contributes to Carnegie Europe's question of the week