Festival talks by Brendan Simms

72. SPLENDID ISOLATION: THE LONG VIEW

Britain is leaving the European Union and will be on her own again. Through history, Britain has always had close links to her continental neighbours but only in recent times has been tied quite so closely. Does it matter that we will soon be unshackling ourselves? What can history tell us about our chances of maintaining our prosperity and global influence? Chaired by Mary Ann Sieghart, Lynne Olson, Lord Owen and Professor Brendan Simms will discuss this critical issue.

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