Britain and European Union, the Repercussions of Accession and the Effects of Secession

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Jasim Mohmmed Lafta

Abstract

Europe's openness to the East, while it lives in historical, political, or cultural temporal regions, where soon after a
certain crisis was settled, a new crisis emerged, such as questioning the borders and demarcating them again, as well
as the dispute between the economic downturn and the necessity of reforms, the place of the ideological
confrontation between the East and the West, and the emergence of the phenomenon of fear and caution. Internal
dangers replace the fear of external aggression, and the perspective of fear of internal dangers is stronger because it
directly affects the security of society and threatens the weakness of the state and its inability to protect internal
society. This realistically explains that the concerns and challenges in the security field are constantly increasing,
and the problems of the major European countries related to immigration and organized crime may become more
severe in terms of their number due to the size of those countries, but they differ from the problems of the dominant
countries in terms of their nature and attempts to settle them. Therefore, major private countries, or what were
previously called major countries, such as Britain, seek to take proactive measures and measures in anticipation of
future threats. In addition, Britain seeks to restore its international status as a great power and its desire to play the
role of peacemaker. In order to achieve interests, which is a religion rooted in its history. Those interests must be
achieved, even if this is at the expense of European unity, European integration, or the European Common Market

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