Although the EU’s increased defence efforts and states’ diverging industrial interests will inevitably create tensions in the short-term, these should not be allowed to poison transatlantic relations.
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In this ELN-IISS research paper, Policy Fellow Alice Billon-Galland and Research Analyst Yvonni-Stefania Efstathiou assess whether current PESCO projects address the EU’s identified shortfalls to any meaningful extent.
With European elections upcoming and the shape of the next Commission unknowable, this report is not an agenda for the years to come but lessons for the next Commission from developments in European defence over the last two years.
ELN Director Sir Adam Thomson and Policy Fellow Alice Billon-Galland argue that a new approach to strategic autonomy is needed to provide a long-term framework to increase Europe’s ability to protect its security interests.
At the 2018 Munich Security Conference, the ELN and the Federation of German Industries (BDI) hosted a roundtable discussion on the state of Franco-German defence collaboration and industrial cooperation and its impact on the rest of Europe.
ELN Research Fellow Alice Billon-Galland and GMF Fellow Martin Quencez examine the Franco-German proposal for the new EU Permanent Structured Cooperation on security and defence.