ANU experts and Brexit referendum

Thursday 23 June 2016

Experts from the ANU Centre for European Studies, School of Politics and International Relations and Research School of Humanities and the Arts have been giving their comment and analysis on the Brexit referendum and its implications to Australian and international outlets, including:


Ian McAllister, Boris Johnson's Backout, Newstalk ZB, New Zealand, 1 July 2016

Paul Pickering, Brexit may make Australian voters rethink: analysts, AAP, 28 June 2016

Annmarie Elijah, Election 2016 and what Brexit means for Australia's trade, Australian Financial Review, 27 June 2016

Anne McNaughton, What happens next for UK-EU relations?, ABC Radio Overnights (after 2 hours 4 mins), 25 June 2016

Annmarie Elijah, What does the UK's decision to leave the EU mean for Australia? - ABC Radio PM, 24 June 2016

Annmarie Elijah, Brexit could mean breakup of EU,, 24 June 2016

Annmarie Elijah, Currency Traders vote for Bremain,, 23 June 2016

James Cameron and Annmarie Elijah - Brexpats may help rewrite history, The Australian, 23 June, 2016

Annmarie Elijah, RN Breakfast, 23 June 2016

Annmarie Elijah on RNs' Big Ideas from Europe special, 23 June 2016.

Annmarie Elijah on Brexit's implications for Australian trade with EU, AAP, 22 June 2016

Annmarie Elijah, Could Australia swing the UK's EU vote? - BBC News, 21 June 2016

Anmarie Elijah, Brexit and Australia - what would be the consequences if Britain left the EU? The Guardian, 23 June 2016

Anne McNaughton, The Consequences of a Brexit - RN Sunday Extra, 19 June 2016


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