Simon Green, John Morgan, and Mark Amsler join Maria Armoudian to discuss where Europe is heading in the wake of Brexit and the recent French and UK election results.

This discussion was hosted by the European Institute at the University of Auckland.

Simon Green is a Professor at the Aston Centre for Europe, Aston University, UK. He is an expert in European Politics and is the author of The Politics of Exclusion: Institutions and immigration policy in contemporary Germany and numerous other works on European/EU politics.

John Morgan is a Professor in Education at the University of Auckland and Co-Director of the Knowledge and Education Research Unit. He is an expert in critical studies in education.

Mark Amsler is an Associate Professor in European Languages and Literature at the University of Auckland and Director of the Europe Institute. He is an expert in critical theory and semiotics.


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