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REPORT | CRUNCH TIME – France and the future of European defence
France has been thrust to the centre of questions over European defence, panellists told a Friends of Europe debate on 25 April.
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France has been thrust to the centre of European defence strategy and financial constraints mean it needs to figure out how to work with key partners.
This Friends of Europe study, written by seasoned EU affairs editor Paul Taylor, looks at the stakes and the way ahead for France.
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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.