Jul 7, 2016
As the right of the UK voters to decide on EU membership should be respected, so should their right to change their minds. There is no reason to regard their choice to leave as irreversible.
What does the United Kingdom's historic vote to leave the European Union mean for transatlantic security and the global economy? Ambassador Charles Ries, Vice President, International at the RAND Corporation, Hans Pung, president of RAND Europe, and David Howarth, member of the RAND Europe Council of Advisors, discuss the consequences of Brexit for Britain, Europe, and the United States. Media relations director Jeffrey Hiday moderates the call.