Appalled by Strategic Autonomy? Applaud it Instead

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Series Details Number 125
Publication Date April/May 2019
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Europeans and Americans should stop asking whether strategic autonomy is good or bad for the transatlantic relationship – it is a sign of the relationship’s inevitable progression. They should also worry less about whether Europe’s defence efforts should take place within NATO or the EU. European states should be able to determine for themselves what their interests are, what they want to be able to do on their own or with the United States, and what arms, equipment, personnel and decision-making structures they need to develop. What matters is whether Europe’s defences are adequate to meet the threats it faces

 

 

Source Link https://www.cer.eu/publications/archive/bulletin-article/2019/appalled-strategic-autonomy-applaud-it-instead
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  • https://www.cer.eu/sites/default/files/bulletin_125_article2_SB.pdf
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