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12 Nov 2016

Brexit – what it means for European security and defence

The British vote to leave the European Union has caused one of the most profound strategic shifts in recent European history. Although the majority of attention is paid to trade and migration issues, Brexit will also have major repercussions for European security and defence. But how this cooperation will look like after Brexit is still a matter of speculation and requires thorough public debates. This podcast examines Brexit within a wider context, one that establishes pre-existing trends and dynamics in European security and defence affairs.

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