European Security in a Post-Brexit World

Stefania Paladini
Birmingham City Business School, UK

Ignazio Castellucci
University of Teramo, Italy


Product Details
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781787698406
Published:
22 Oct 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
160 pages - 129 x 198mm
Series:
Brexit Studies Series
The European Union’s security strongly relies on the member states' capabilities of working together, sharing information and cooperating on issues of common interest. Security against transnational threats and challenges is better and more easily protected within a cooperative framework.

With Brexit affecting all dimensions of UK and EU public life, this book creates a comprehensive insight into the complex issues facing security in a series of post-Brexit scenarios. Topics discussed include:
  • Legal frameworks
  • Law Enforcement and EUROPOL 
  • Internal Security 
  • Intelligence Agencies 
  • Information Systems and Sharing  
  • The Irish Land Border.
European Security in a Post-Brexit World is a useful read for any academic researcher, student or practitioner working in the areas of Security, Criminology and Brexit Studies.
Chapter 1. Introduction 
Chapter 2. Legal Framework of EU Security and Law Enforcement 
Chapter 3. The EU Agencies and other European security-related institutions and arrangements 
Chapter 4. What Lies Ahead: A Post-Brexit Scenario Analysis 
Conclusions
Stefania Paladini is a Reader in Economics and Global Security at Birmingham City University, UK. She is the author of Asian Worlds in Latin America (2016) and The New Frontiers of Space (2019). 
Ignazio Castellucci is a Researcher in Comparative Private Law at the University of Teramo, Italy. He is the author of Rule of Law and Legal Complexity in the People's Republic of China (2012).
"Superficially, Brexit looks quite straightforward; but, dig only a little deeper and the complexities are quickly evident. This is particularly so for the security sector. This book is an important and timely contribution to the debate and to the need for specialists and wider public alike to have steady, informed hands guide them through the maze. The authors take the reader carefully through a phased introduction to these complexities and provide a detailed explanation of the respective legal and agency components of the intelligence/law enforcement sectors. One of the ‘stand-out’ features of this book is that it is able to present the reader with a clear understanding in a straightforward and accessible reader-friendly style of what are highly complex, often highly nuanced elements." - Professor Neil Renwick, Coventry University, UK

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