Posted on July 5, 2016 · Posted in Faculty Associates News, Publication News

Roosevelt House Faculty Associate Manu Bhagavan (Professor of history and human rights) writes:

“The British people have spoken. And the old European Union and the particular international order of which it was a part is now a thing of the past.

What has brought us to this point is a crisis of national sovereignty, the sudden realization that the borders we have erected to differentiate between internal and external realities are all illusory. Globalization is the underlying driver of this change, as connected economies reshape local markets, as natural and human-driven climate catastrophes sweep across the seas, and as the reach of militaries and militants expands with apparent ease.”
Read the entire piece on Quartz.