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This Chaillot Paper – a collective endeavour on which the five authors have collaborated – outlines five possible future scenarios for European defence. The aim is to develop plausible and coherent descriptions of what European defence might look like a decade or two from now in order to point out the choices and decisions that need to be made today.
20January 2016By Sven Biscop
‘...the High Representative, supported by like-minded member states, could systematically resort to QMV and gradually introduce a much more flexible decision-making practice.’
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.