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Brexit is a major challenge for the present and future security policy of both the UK and the EU. Indeed, all the different possible scenarios show that Brexit will pose several issues inside the current security environment. The consequences will, however, vary depending on the result of Brexit. As it was clearly stated by Federico Fabbrini in The institutional Consequences of “Hard Brexit” (p. 19): “If the UK were to leave the EU without a deal that maintains the current level of integration in the field of security and justice, criminal justice and law enforcement cooperation would be significantly affected”. It is impossible to know what the result of the current discussion and negotiations within the UK and the EU will be. Yet, we can safely state that the level of uncertainty will increase, especially regarding the still unclear relations between the European and UK intelligence communities.
Giangiuseppe Pili is a Lecturer in intelligence studies in the International Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies (IMSISS) at Dublin City University. He earned a Ph.D. in philosophy and sciences of the mind with a thesis on individual and social epistemology. He is part of the organizational committee of the Intelligence Lab at Calabria University. He issued a monograph on the philosophy of war. He is coauthor of the book (forthcoming, 2019) Intelligence studies with prof. Mario Caligiuri.
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