: :inin Kyiv (EET)

The Challenges Ahead for EU Defense Cooperation

As the European Union enters a new institutional era in 2020, its ability to sustain the recent defense momentum will be scrutinized. In the short term, the priority will be to manage successfully the implementation of existing initiatives. The review of the Permanent Structured Cooperation as well as the vote of the budget for the European Defence Fund will be tests for the credibility of these projects.
European countries will also have to look beyond capability development and address the operational pillars of defense cooperation. The work on Article 42.7 of the Lisbon Treaty and the development of the European Peace …read more

Source:: The German Marshall Fund of the United States


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