US-UK-China Relations: Post-Brexit Outlook

Poster:Post date:2016-06-26
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Regional Issues)
(The Diplomat, By Mercy A. Kuo) In the short to medium term, whilst the U.K. repositions itself away from the EU and refocuses internally – such as the negotiations with the EU and dealing with Scotland wanting a second referendum on independence – our influence in the world will be affected. Without the U.K. being a “buffer” in U.S.–U.K.–China relations and also within the EU, I suspect that China has temporarily lost an influential friend on the international stage.  
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