postbrexit17Dr Glen Segell
(University of Haifa, Israel)

Copyright: Research Institute for European and American Studies ( Publication date: 2 January 2017

This article is written shortly after a referendum in the United Kingdom (UK) referred to as BREXIT whose results decided that the UK would leave the European Union (EU). It shows the thinking at the time in January 2017 about intelligence and security cooperation between the UK and other EU states. The article considers this by providing three methods and options for such cooperation in, by, with and within the EU between the UK and other EU states. The methods and options of intelligence and security cooperation are single, common and bilateral. No EU state is more or less significant in such evaluations and hence Greece is a salient case example to contemplate...Read more

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