The United Kingdom goes to the polls on December 12, with Brexit one of the main issues for voters. How will the country vote? Will Brexit finally happen? What will UK foreign policy look like moving forward? Justin Wong speaks with Richard Whitman about the UK’s potential foreign policy direction after the general election.

Richard Whitman is a Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent. He is an expert in UK and EU foreign policy.



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