Security Europe —
New challenges to NATO’s future and the EU’s collective security, alongside the arc of instability around Europe have given fresh impetus to the Common Foreign and Security Policy. Friends of Europe has incorporated most of the think tank Security and Defence Agenda into its six pillars to integrate its authority, expertise and transatlantic credentials. The focus of ‘Security Europe’ will span cybersecurity and more longstanding areas like crisis management and peacekeeping. The many facets of EU-NATO relations will also cover defence capabilities along with human security, home affairs & the risk of radicalisation of young Europeans drawn to extremist/populist ideologies. We also regularly zoom in on specific regional conflicts around the world.