This chapter explores how the emerging negotiation position of the UK regarding future cooperation in internal security with the EU is characterised by a largely unsubstantiated expectation that little will change in this area of cooperation for the sake of collective security. The EU, meanwhile, has signaled that it wants a partnership beneficial for both sides, but has also pointed out various challenges to future cooperation and voiced frustration with the UK’s vague position and the experienced difficulties in the negotiations—feelings that, the authors warn, could reduce the political will necessary to reach a substantive future security agreement.
|Title of host publication||Brexit and Internal Security|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Dec 2018|
|Name||Brexit and Internal Security|