by Findings of a reflection group led by Marta Dassù, Wolfgang Ischinger, Pierre Vimont, and Robert Cooper. Edited by Susi Dennison - 20th March, 2018
by Marcin Zaborowski - 25th January, 2018
by Mathieu Duchâtel & Mark Bromley - 16th May, 2017
In the continued absence of a policy, European commercial actions in the armament sector could have a destabilising impact on Asian security.
Mark Galeotti - 18th April, 2017
European states and institutions have to consider the challenges posed by Russian-based organised crime, and adopt measures to combat it.
Anthony Dworkin - 21st October, 2016
European counter-terror wars risk failing to prevent attacks while weakening international law.
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Nick Witney - 16th May, 2016
A British exit from the EU would make it harder to fight crime and terrorism, reduce Britain’s ability to lead and influence its partners, and weaken NATO
by Anand Menon, Nick Witney - 24th November, 2015
Following France’s call for European solidarity under Article 42.7, European states should rekindle defence cooperation and aid France’s deployments in Africa
Anthony Dworkin - 20th January, 2015
Europe needs to work towards new rules for digital surveillance
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