Over the last few years, the EU Security and Defence policy has become a major priority for EU citizens and politics. New types of challenges have emerged: proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, regional conflicts resulting in migratory flows, competition for natural resources, energy dependence, climate change, failed states, terrorism, cyber attacks, erosion of regional and global arms-control agreements, disinformation campaigns and cross-border organised crime.

Read the 10-point summary of the paper here.

Date
Tue, 11/07/2017 - 00:00
Tags:
  • security and defence
  • Common Security and Defence Policy CSDP
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