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In the upcoming months, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will have to rule on a case that could decide the future of the European arrest warrant (EAW) in the UK. The Irish Supreme Court’s (IESC...

Much has been discussed, in recent months, regarding the implications of Brexit for UK law enforcement and how we will continue to conduct the international aspects of intelligence and operations with EU partners. However, little has been said about the impact Brexit will have on drug...

The Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research (SHOC) at RUSI is thrilled to announce the establishment of a new multidisciplinary research and engagement network. The UK-EU Security and Criminal Justice Cooperation Network (JUEST) will work to engage with the design and...

On 14 March 2018, RUSI’s Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research (SHOC) convened a workshop to explore future scenarios of EU-UK police cooperation after Brexit. Organised in partnership with the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies at the University of Bath, the...

Anyone familiar with the history of European police and judicial cooperation knows that the arrangements that existed in this area up to the Maastricht Treaty 1992 were a jumble of overlapping, complementary and opaque combinations of legislation. They included not only the mutual assistance...

JUEST, the UK-EU Security and Criminal Justice Cooperation Network, was launched on the 22nd of October 2018, as an important step towards encouraging multidisciplinary research and engagement to influence the development and implementation of...

The plan to introduce 10 freeports across the UK after Brexit has drawn attention in recent weeks. Introducing these provenly risky ‘special economic zones’ sits uneasily alongside the UK’s wider efforts to ramp up the fight against economic crime. 

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Julian Laufs is a currently a PhD student at University College London’s Department of Security and Crime Science where he focusses on the prevention of future crime and terrorism. Julian holds a BA in International Relations from Malmö University in Sweden and an MSc in Countering Organised...

Attila is a Law lecturer and independent researcher focusing on Law subjects, working for many years as a lecturer at the International Business College Mitrovica in Kosovo. He teaches Business Law, Public Administration and EU-related subjects. Since recently, he has been engaged in a field...