Podcast: Stay or go?

New Policy Forum Pod looks at why the Brexit vote matters to Asia-Pacific

Martyn Pearce
Jürgen Bröhmer

Economics and finance, Government and governance, Trade and industry, International relations, Law, Arts, culture & society | Australia, Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, The Pacific, The World

22 June 2016

New Policy Forum Pod tackles the difficult and divisive issue of Britain and the EU.

As Britain heads to the polls in a referendum on 23 June that will decide the country’s future with the European Union, a new Policy Forum Pod offers a distinctly Asia-Pacific take on Brexit. Listen to the pod at http://bit.ly/PFPod_Brexit

In the podcast, three leading experts take a look at the issues, from how the referendum came about, to the rising anti-EU sentiment in the country, why the vote matters to the Asia-Pacific, and what the possible fallout will be, whichever way the vote goes.

The speakers in this special issue of the pod are: Professor Jürgen Bröhmer, Dean of the School of Law at Murdoch University, Western Australia; Professor Clem Macintyre of the University of Adelaide; and Professor Lawrence Pratchett, Dean of the Faculty of Government and Law at the University of Canberra. The podcast is presented by Policy Forum Editor, Martyn Pearce.

You can catch up with all of our Policy Forum podcasts on iTunes, on Stitcher and Soundcloud. If you like what you hear, please give us a review on iTunes and help us get the word out.

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