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‘Europeans must finally emerge as the architects and guarantors of their own regional security.’
01November 2010With contributions from Daniel Keohane, Jolyon Howorth, Nicole Gnesotto, Stefano Silvestri, Sven Biscop, Teija Tiilikainen
The future of NATO is of paramount importance for EU foreign policy. Yet no official EU perspective has been publicly formulated on NATO’s 2010 strategic concept, or how it should complement the EU’s foreign and security policies. This report is a contribution to the debate about NATO’s future, and what that may mean for the EU.
Since St-Malo, three revolutions in European military affairs have been under way: the first concerns Britain, the second the process of European political integration and the third the actual management of security in the post-Cold War world. That is the main thrust of this Chaillot Paper, whose author, Jolyon Howorth is without doubt one of the foremost historians and specialists in matters of European security.