The political declaration on the post-Brexit relationship between the EU and UK will probably be vague and lack legal authority. This could work to Theresa May's advantage. Is this email not displaying correctly?
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Why a woolly political declaration might help Theresa May get her Brexit deal through Parliament
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Is Trump right to nuke the INF Treaty? Protecting European networks: What can NATO do?
By Ian Bond, 02 November 2018 By Sophia Besch, 31 October 2018
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty is a cornerstone of European stability. The US should challenge Russian treaty violations, but not abandon the treaty without a better plan. With the 'cyber defence pledge' NATO is trying to get its allies to do more to protect their networks. The alliance should lead by example.
       
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