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Security Conference 8h
"Es darf nicht sein, dass sich Deutschland monatelang in außenpolitischen Fragen abstinent verhält." – MSC-Vorsitzender Wolfgang im -Interview:
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ECFR 10h
"While Germans are saying ‘ja’ to European , they are also saying ‘no’ – to actually paying for it." -
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Security Conference 9h
Now or never: What has to be done about the "dire state" of Europe's armed forces – MSC Chairman & Frank Mattern in our "Monthly Mind":
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The Guardian Dec 10
Why Nato must defend women's rights | Jens Stoltenberg and Angelina Jolie
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Security Conference Dec 9
With the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty at risk, how dim is the future of nuclear arms control? From :
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Security Conference Dec 8
Military spending isn't the only, or even the most important, measure of a country's contribution to security. From our report "More European, More Connected and More Capable":
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Körber-Stiftung IP Dec 8
Replying to @MunSecConf @ischinger
Yet 51% of Germans want to keep defense spending at current levels. Honored to have in our for more German opinion on defense see
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Security Conference Dec 8
"Whether Europeans like it or not, the issue of higher defense spending has reached a new and serious level of urgency," writes MSC Chairman in 's :
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FOCUS Magazin Dec 7
Ischinger: "Trumps Entscheidung über wirkt wie ein Brandbeschleuniger. Das ist keine kluge und besonnene Politik."
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FOCUS Magazin Dec 7
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Crisis Group Dec 7
In our new Q&A we argue that regardless of the course of the war, all ports of entry should be fully opened to and commercial goods.
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Security Conference Dec 7
What could European countries buy for their armed forces if they spent 2% of their GDP? From our report "More European, More Connected and More Capable":
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Security Conference Dec 7
Is France looking at new options for defense cooperation parallel to and – and why? & via :
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FOCUS Magazin Dec 7
Wie sicher ist unsere Welt? Das ist das Thema beim FOCUS heute Abend in Berlin mit unseren Gästen Wolfgang Ischinger und Wolfgang Kubicki. Ab 20 Uhr im Live-Stream auf Facebook:
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Security Conference Dec 6
Great complement to our report : Analysis of 's impact on EU operational readiness & capabilities by :
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Security Conference Dec 6
We're pleased to announce our new cooperation with the EU Institute for Security Studies for the and beyond! More here:
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EUISS Dec 6
The EUISS is very happy to announce the formalisation of cooperation with the through a Memorandum of Understanding.
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Security Conference Dec 6
ICYMI: analyzes our report "More European, More Connected and More Capable: Building the European Armed Forces of the Future":
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Security Conference Dec 6
You would like to participate in the and were born in 1989 or later? Then enter into our MSC Junior Ambassadors essay contest by Dec. 10! More info here:
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Foreign Affairs Dec 6
It’s time for Washington to prepare for a future in which the U.S. military’s technological advantage is no longer guaranteed.
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