- Security Europe
“We, the people, must become the first line of defence”
While we should mourn the victims of terror attacks, it's not enough. Ordinary people need to fight back and ensure that they can be an effective first line of defence.
Criminal justice authorities need to be able to secure electronic evidence to protect society and individuals against crime online.
Highlights from the official launch of our 'Europe, China and Africa : new thinking for a secure century' discussion paper
Africa’s peace and security situation has long been important to the traditional European partners, but has increasingly become of interest to China.
Africa has long been the scene of wanton, indiscriminate exploitation of human and natural resources for Western industries.
Neither the African host states nor European public and private stakeholders have the resources to tackle these issues alone.
Support in the field of security is not rooted in the EU’s DNA, it had to be inventive, adaptable and strong-willed to become a recognised strategic actor.
It has become all too common for European policymakers and academics alike to obsess over the creation of norms in cyberspace.
European defence capabilities remain parlous, as fragmentation continues and gaps persist in national militaries.
Highlights from the 2016 Security Jam report launch on 30 June.
Friends of Europe is proud to present the final report of its fourth Security Jam.
Let's be clear: Brexit is bad news for NATO, negatively affecting the close relationship between the EU and NATO.