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Brexit? Analysing the results of the UK’s EU referendum
- James Brown (Associate Professor, Political Science, Temple University Japan Campus)
- Robin Harding (Tokyo Bureau Chief for the Financial Times)
- Alistair Howard (Associate Professor of Political Science and Chief Academic Officer at Temple University, Japan Campus)
- Mark A. Pollack (Professor of Political Science and Law and Jean Monnet Chair at Temple University, Philadelphia)
- Andy Sharp (Politics editor at Bloomberg)
- Tina Burrett (Associate Professor of Political Science at Sophia University, Tokyo)
The UK referendum on membership of the European Union takes place on June 23. Whether the result is for the UK to leave the EU or remain, this represents a defining moment in modern British history. Bringing together British academics and journalists, as well as an expert on European Union politics, this panel discusses the implication of the referendum result for the UK and the EU in terms of politics, economics, and foreign affairs.
Associate Professor, Political Science, Temple University Japan Campus
James D.J. Brown is Associate Professor in Political Science at Temple University, Japan Campus. In addition to an undergraduate degree from the University of York, he has Masters degrees from the universities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen, a postgraduate diploma in Russian from the University of Glasgow, and a PhD in International Relations from the University of Aberdeen. His main areas of expertise are Russian-Japanese relations and international energy politics. His research has previously been published in the following academic journals: International Politics, Politics, Asia Policy, Post-Soviet Affairs, Problems of Post-Communism, Europe-Asia Studies, and The Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.