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Trump and Europe: Atlantic hurricane season? Can EU-UK defence negotiations be positive-sum?
By Ian Bond, 30 May 2018 By Sophia Besch, 30 May 2018
Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal adds further stress to the transatlantic relationship. European responses must avoid making things worse, for both sides' sake. It is clearly in Britain and the European Union’s mutual interest to continue working closely together on defence after Brexit. Nevertheless, negotiating defence co-operation will not be pain-free; there are obstacles to a quick and easy deal.
       
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