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Fredrik Erixon talks to Sophia Gaston, the Director of British Foreign Policy Group and a Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and the European Policy Center. They talk about the current populist-nationalist challenge in Europe and the West, focusing especially on the British debate ahead of the general election.
What type of election campaign is developing in the UK? What does it say about Britain’s place in the world? What do the sentiments among voters about notions of international cooperation say about the future of internationalism?