The EU and NATO: aligned but not always together.
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Why the EU and NATO have struggled to cooperate fully.
British interests come first, but Leave voters don’t necessarily want to retreat from international obligations.
On the periphery.
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The French president has a vision for a more integrated Europe – and Brexit feeds right into that.
A group of 25 EU countries is to work together more closely than ever before to develop military capabilities.
A heavyweight no more.
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A new position paper on co-operating with the EU on defence assumes a lot and suggests very little.
They didn’t call it ‘Euromaidan’ for nothing.
Fairly or not, the European Union’s foreign policy has been an international laughing stock for two decades. But Ukraine is changing that.
What does this red button do?
The Russian response to what Moscow perceives as its three main security challenges – Western enlargement, China and terrorism/separatism in the Caucasus – has been expansionism. First in Abkhazia in 2008…