In order to avoid the risk of a strategic downgrade raised by the erosion of their military capacities, Europeans must undertake to work together more and to clarify the role of the armed forces outside the EU. Ensuring the EU’s security has become a major political challenge to which Member States cannot respond with unilateral measures, especially as the line between external and internal threats becomes blurred.
The Jacques Delors Institute strives to promote a compelling European vision that will more proactively build up a responsible and effective collective security system.
Yves Bertoncini, our director, appears as a guest on BFM TV to intervene in direct at the news programme on judicial and police cooperation at EU level against terrorist attack, on December 22, 2016 at 1:30 p. m.
This synthesis by Thomas Pellerin-Carlin presents the main analysis and recommendations formulated on the occasion of the second round table of our 2016 European Steering Committee, organized as part of the 20th anniversary of the Jacques Delors ...
The Policy paper by Nicole Koenig analyses the consequences of Brexit in the fields of diplomacy, development and crisis management. The analysis shows that both sides are likely to lose in terms of global influence and power.