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Picto Article

Sanctions after Brexit

Authors:
Erica MORET
Fabrice POTHIER
2018

As the UK and EU enter the second phase of Brexit negotiations, during which their future relationship should be defined, questions over UK–EU cooperation in the security field are becoming more salient. Indeed, the UK and EU are reportedly seeking to fast-track a security and defence deal to allow a move to a new relationship straight after the UK’s departure from the union.1 EU security cooperation takes many forms, including joint action on illegal immigration and terrorism, and policies on sanctions and defence. Whereas most security areas will be governed by new or existing frame-works, such as NATO and various bilateral arrangements, the future of joint work on sanctions faces substantial risk.

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