Nigel Farage has been campaigning for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union since 1999, when he founded the U.K. Independence Party. He played a leading role as advocate for the "leave" side in the 2016 U.K. referendum on EU membership, then organized a new Brexit Party to keep up pressure for full withdrawal in subsequent U.K. elections. In this Teleforum, he talks about why the EU has resisted Brexit, why the EU faces continuing internal strains and conflicts, Britain’s economic and political options in a post-Brexit world and the larger prospects for populist politics in coming decades. He defends a version of nationalism linked to freedom and non-racial politics. The discussion was moderated by Jeremy Rabkin, Professor of Law at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School, and it includes responses to a range of questions from callers.