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Security and the Brexit Effect

Security and the Brexit Effect

Brexit will neither strengthen, nor obviously weaken, the Common Security and Defence Policy. It may, however, reduce the UK’s ability to contribute to European security.

European Security and Defence: An Overview

European Security and Defence: An Overview

The debate on EU foreign policy must contain both the theoretical analysis as well as the in-depth “heart-searching” discussions between actors, scholars and practitioners involved in the CSDP.

The December 2013 European Council on Defence: Avoiding Irrelevance

The December 2013 European Council on Defence: Avoiding Irrelevance

The December Council is too important to risk emerging as a non-event. If CSDP is to have a future, it is time to ask some probing, fundamental questions.

Ethical Dilemmas and the Future of European Defence

Ethical Dilemmas and the Future of European Defence

André Barrinha examines the particular ethical consequences of technological advancement for European Defence in relation to cyberspace and a move towards privatization.

Understanding the Limitations of the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy

Understanding the Limitations of the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy

Due to the presence of the Alliance Security Dilemma, European defence cooperation is likely to remain bilateral and sub-regional, with negative ramifications for Europe’s power in the international system.

The Common Security and Defence Policy and IR Theory

The Common Security and Defence Policy and IR Theory

Realism still provides the most compelling IR theory for analyzing the CSDP. The state maintains military capabilities and the political interests for which such capabilities are required.

Europe’s Last Chance Saloon

Europe’s Last Chance Saloon

Europe’s increasing military shortcomings need addressing. If Europeans aspire to exert real influence over international security affairs, they must do so collectively, or not at all.

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