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The departure of the UK from the EU is taking place at a time when the Union is ramping up its own ambitions in the field of sec

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This article discusses hybrid threats and the steps that Europe, through various national, EU and NATO initiatives, has taken in

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EU leaders seem to have agreed, at least in principle, that an ambitious recovery plan financed by EU bonds should be introduced and that the EU should have more competen

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This paper discusses an idea to create a European Legion that has been put forward by Radoslaw Sikorski, MEP.

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The current COVID-19 pandemic will change the world, like the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 9/11 terror attacks.

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The EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy was launched in 1998 as a quest for ‘autonomy’.

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The Executive Board of the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies today approved the nomination of Professor Jamie Shea as its newest Senior Research Associate.

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With global politics in turmoil, Russia and China have found each other.

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As NATO marked its 70th anniversary last week, what better time to reflect on its achievements?

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The concept of political warfare is not new.

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