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Peace and security: what’s next?
Friends of Europe has covered a wide range of topics related to peace, security and defence during the first half of the year. And much more is to come.
In the final decades of the 20th century, transatlantic bonds on security and defence were strong.
The issue of intelligence sharing must be dealt with to improve security results in Europe, its southern neighbourhood, and the world, experts concluded.
It's time to look on the bright side of Donald Trump’s presidency.
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France has been thrust to the centre of questions over European defence, panellists told a Friends of Europe debate on 25 April.
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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Security is more than strong armies, aircraft carriers and boots-on-the-ground. Peace and stability in the 21st century demand tackling non-traditional security challenges.
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.