After a year of confusion and speculation, the ball is finally rolling for the French-led European Intervention Initiative. But with what goal in mind? Read ELN Policy Fellow Alice Billon-Galland’s conclusions in her latest piece for the Berlin Policy Journal.
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RUSI’s Research Analyst Cristina Varriale argues that the UK has the potential to bridge the gap between member states and help to pave the way towards consensus at the next NPT Review Conference.
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.
In the context of the Baltic centenary, the ELN and the three Baltic Embassies in London are organising a discussion on “The Next 100 Years: UK-Baltic Cooperation in Euro-Atlantic Security.”
Dr Nick Wright, Teaching Fellow in EU Politics at UCL, argues that the United Kingdom both could and should engage in security and defence co-operation with the EU through CSDP after Brexit.