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The U.K. would maintain its involvement in existing and future EU Common Security and Defense Policy missions, and coordinate with the EU on sanction regimes under the Common Foreign and Security Policy.Can the U.K.'s allies take May seriously?Then, after reiterating that the U.K. had made a legitimate and democratic decision to leave the EU, she concluded that the ball is the EU's court.The irony of May's stance has not been lost on the 27 EU states that the U.K. is leaving behind. May cannot expect to maintain the U.K.'s current level of security cooperation with the EU, especially in the context of the otherwise "hard" Brexit she envisages. When the U.K. departs the EU, it will lose its right to shape the institutional frameworks that have long buttressed its security. Whether or not such forms of cooperation – essential to ensuring security in both the U.K. and the EU – are realized, however, is far from certain.
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