Contributor(s): Anthony Gardner, Beatrice Kilroy-Nolan, Luisa Santos | As the UK steers its post-Brexit future, it is placed between US and EU trade policies. What might these mean for the UK’s economic future? With multilateralism under threat, what are the implications for a ‘Global Britain’ strategy? Can the UK balance its US and EU interests or will it be squeezed out? What can we expect from Washington and Brussels?
Anthony Gardner (@tonylgardner) is former US Ambassador to the European Union, serving from 2014-2017, and previous Director for European Affairs in the National Security Council from 1994-95. He currently serves as Senior Counsel at Sidley Austin and as Senior Adviser at the Brunswick Group in London.
Beatrice Kilroy-Nolan is a former senior EU and trade advisor to the Prime Minister in No.10 Downing Street. In 2019, working with the PM’s Sherpa David Frost, she co-led the UK negotiating team in finalising the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement. She is a leading expert on EU economic and trade policy development and negotiation. Beatrice is currently a Partner at Flint Global.
Luisa Santos (@milugrad) is Deputy Director General at BusinessEurope, responsible for international relations and Chair of BusinessEurope’s EU-UK Task Force.
Tony Travers is Associate Dean of the School of Public Policy at LSE.
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