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September 29: The Brexit and its Implications for the EU and Canadian Foreign Policy

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September 29: The Brexit and its Implications for the EU and Canadian Foreign Policy

Michael Switzer

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TORONTO, ON – From 12PM-2PM on September 29, in the Campbell Conference Facility at the Munk School of Global Affairs at 4 Devonshire Place, please join the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (CCR2P) and Massey College in a seminar regarding the Brexit.
The recently-held British referendum on whether or not the United Kingdom should leave the European Union has generated much discussion worldwide. While the country’s response to Brexit has been confirmed, much remains unknown—including the implications of said Brexit for the greater EU and, more specifically, for Canadian foreign policy. Speakers include Mel Cappe, Randall Hansen, and the Honourable Hugh Segal. The event will be moderated by Thomas S. Axworthy.


This seminar is brought to you by the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect (http:// www.ccr2p.org) and Massey College and is co-sponsored by the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History; Massey College; the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the Munk School; the Canadian Studies program at University College; and
the International Relations Society.

 All photos taken by Milan Ilnycky