Title on cover: Eurogroup-Seminar 1986.
|Other titles||Eurogroup-Seminar 1986.|
|LC Classifications||UA646 .E87 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||87141728|
The Europe of defence has taken off. The decisions of the Helsinki and Cologne European Councils have set the European Union on course for becoming a military player in its own right in the vital field of crisis management. the new initiative is about building better Euro- pean defence capabilities, and about using European resources more Author: Javier Solana. committed to both defence and high-intensity operations ‘out of area’.8 And that is likely to remain the case for some time. With defence and deterrence becoming once again common currency in European strategic parlance, and NATO (re)claiming the centre stage of European security politics, if the EU is to stay relevant vis-à-vis. transatlantic alliance, ruined the first attempt at defence integration, the European Defence Community, in the early s. Thereafter, for almost fifty years, defence was a taboo subject within a purely European context. But now, in , the European Union (EU) is planning to inaugurate a new. In European defence cooperation has been given a boost by the launching of Permanent Structured Cooperation, the Coordinated Annual Review on Defence and the European Defence Fund. In particular the latter aims at stimulating European collaborative research and development projects while at the same time its purpose is to strengthen the.
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