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Transatlantic Relations - What's Next? | Do Small States Matter in Transatlantic Relations?

July 31, 2019
By Brendan O'Leary | Perry World House

Do Small States Matter in Transatlantic Relations?

Before 2016, it was completely unthinkable that an American president, on a state visit to London, would actively encourage the secession of the United Kingdom from the European Union, let alone actively support a particular candidate to lead the former great power’s governing party that is choosing the person who will be the next prime minister.

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Brendan O’Leary, an E.U., Irish, and U.S. citizen, is the Lauder Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania. A Treatise on Northern Ireland (three volumes) was published in the United States in June 2019 by Oxford University Press.