Associate Professor to speak on International Politics

Dr Andrew Moran is due to talk on how Brexit was perceived in the USA at national conference.

Date: 5 January 2016

Dr Andrew Moran, Associate Professor of International Relations, will be giving a talk on 6 January about how Brexit was perceived in the USA.

The annual Political Studies Association-American Politics Group Conference will take place at the University of Leicester this year.

Founded in 1950, the Political Studies Association are the leading Political Association in the United Kingdom, with an international membership including academics in political science and current affairs, theorists and practitioners, policy-makers, researchers and students in higher education.

“I will discussing how the USA viewed Brexit from a political, security and economic perspective, including its impact on the US election and the successful campaign of Donald Trump,” said Dr Moran.

Dr Moran will be presenting his paper entitled: ‘To the Back of the Queue’: What Brexit Means to America.’

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