How will Brexit impact the EU’s foreign and security policy and future cooperation between the EU and UK in this policy domain? Does Brexit create an opportunity for more defence integration in Europe by removing the UK veto, or will the damage from losing British military capabilities be too great?
Brexit will significantly impact both EU and UK security and defence policies by removing Britain’s considerable capabilities from the EU arsenal, while closing off the access to the Union’s agencies and structures. How the EU deals with these changes, and how they affect new initiatives, will shape its ability to deal with present and future security threats. This event is the launch of the Dahrendorf Forum Working Paper “Known Unknowns: EU foreign, security, and defence policy after Brexit”.
Welcome and introduction
Helmut K. Anheier, President, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
Monika Sus, Dahrendorf Post-Doctoral Fellow, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin
Ben Martill, Dahrendorf Post-Doctoral Fellow, London School of Economics, London
Robert Dieter, European Correspondent, German Foreign Office, Berlin
Annegret Bendiek, Senior Associate, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin
The discussion will follow the Chatham House rule, and is restricted to invited experts from academia and politics.