The Global Impact of Brexit

Brexit shocked the world and left more questions than answers in its wake. In the immediate aftermath, Council experts, including President Ivo H. Daalder, have provided insight – and influenced the public discourse – on what Britain’s impending exit from the European Union means for the United States and the world. Check out this round-up of commentary and analysis featured in the Financial Times, PBS News Hour, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg, and more.

Wall Street Journal

[President Obama] should make a bigger, more important effort and really emphasize that while we are engaged in the Middle East and while we are engaged in Asia as we rebalance, what happens in Europe is fundamental to our foreign policy and our security policy."

-Ivo H. Daalder, president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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How Brexit Will Affect U.S.
Business a Big Nagging Question

Philip Levy - Crains

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Watch How NATO Leaders Respond to Brexit at The ‘Most Important’ Summit in 25 Years
Ivo H. Daalder - Defense One

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Brexit: A Long Time Coming
Richard C. Longworth
- Global Insight

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America Must Move to
Save the European Project

Ivo Daalder - Financial Times

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Brexit Is Not
Just a British Problem

Phil Levy - Global Insight

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The New York Times

It’s not that this, in and of itself, will completely destroy the international order. But it sets a precedent. It is potentially corrosive."

-Ivo H. Daalder, president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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Four Economic
Questions on Brexit

Phil Levy - Foreign Policy

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London: Three Reasons
Why Calls for More Autonomy
Should Be Taken Seriously

Michele Acuto - The Conversation

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Bloomberg

The British perspective on trade is much closer to Washington’s than it is to Brussels. It’s a more liberal, free-market approach. Within the European discussion, the British voice was one more likely to reflect American thinking than not, and now we’re losing a very important voice."

-Ivo H. Daalder, president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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WBEZ Podcast
What Does A Post-"Brexit"
Economy Look Like?

Phil Levy

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Reuters

You clearly have a much weaker Britain whose sway in European capitals is lessened by the vote."

-Ivo H. Daalder, president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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