There are plenty of ways Europe can improve defence co-ordination – if its leaders truly want to move down this path. The determining factor will be political will in national capitals.
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На организирана медийна закуска от ЕСВП София, заедно с колегата ни от Берлин Себастиан Дулиен ще ви представихме доклада „Цената на бежанската криза в Европа“, който…
Let policy not simply be driven by individual judges and magistrates, a case here and a country there – let it be something debated at a national and European Union level and adopted on a broader basis
While Germany's role in security is of increasing importance, German politicians must downplay it for a domestic audience
NATO and its member states are preparing for the July summit in Warsaw in search for a joint response to the new security environment in Europe and its neighbourhood.