President Trump is now the third president to be impeached. On Wednesday, the house voted on two articles of impeachment. The charges: Abuse of power and obstruction of congress. The house of representatives debated for nearly 11 hours on those two articles. The US are not the only country that has decided to chose a more nationalist, less global approach. The UK is the next prominent example. With Boris Johson being reelected as Primeminister last week, with a landslide win for his party, Brexit is now in its final step. Is Brexit another example for a failure of global governance? What can we learn from Brexit and is there anything we can transfer to the situation in the US? 

Our guest today: George Hajipavlis: He has worked in a number of policy institutions, including the European Parliament, the British Parliament and the House of Representatives of Cyprus, and  private institutions. He currently runs a ‘Good Governance in policy’ program in conjunction with US Congressmen and other stakeholders in Washington D.C. He has been involved in deliberations invoking the Global Governance concept, an example of which is his participation in the EU delegation for the Y7 in Ottawa.

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