Ahead of Theresa May’s speech at the Munich Security Conference, ELN members Wolfgang Ischinger and Stefano Stefanini argue that EU-UK cooperation on security and foreign policy is indispensable to both parties and must continue irrespective of Brexit.
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Anna Wieslander, Director for Northern Europe at the Atlantic Council, argues that the Swedish approach to European defence leans heavily on out-of-area crisis management and civilian emphasis, with a reluctance to discuss the military side of cooperation.
ELN Research Fellow Alice Billon-Galland talks to Deutsche Welle Ukraine about the collaborative projects of the EU's Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) and what to expect from the latest EU defence initiatives.
President Macron suggested that Europe should develop an intervention force with a common doctrine and budgetary instruments within the next decade. Dr Alice Pannier, Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University, looks at what such an “initiative” could look like.