“On Thursday, British officials announced that police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing had stopped sharing information with the U.S., frustrated by leaks to the media.” -News@Northeastern
Peter Neffenger, a Global Resilience Institute Distinguished Senior Fellow and former administrator of the Transportation Security Administration weighed in on what this would mean.
“The U.K. and U.S. intel-sharing agreement is one of the strongest, one of the most robust, and one of the longest-standing in the world,” he said. “We’ll survive this.”
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