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Nicolas Rougy May 14
It is timely to invest in and is in line with policies including and
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ILIAS KATSAGOUNOS Feb 22
The ESDC Alumni Seminar 2019 has just started. The topic is: “From Global Strategy to Global Actor?” Stay tuned for more from our keynote speakers.
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Elin Schiffer Dec 13
Interesting to see 'European Strategic Autonomy' in the press background ahead of taking place today & tomorrow. Even if the term already appears in the , it's important to see the term in a new light because of discussion this fall.
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ILIAS KATSAGOUNOS Feb 22
When one attends an ESDC-EUISS event, has the chance to get away with quite a lot of interesting reading material.
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Cornelia-Adriana Baciu Feb 3
One lesson learned for Europe from here is that it should more seriously attempt to incorporate anticipated cause and effect relationships related to geopolitics and great power politics into its peace & security strategy.
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European External Action Service - EEAS 🇪🇺 Dec 6
🇪🇺 "Strategic autonomy is about taking more responsibility for our own security." at Annual Conference Find out more 👇
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Marie-Anne Coninsx May 4
Full house at the demonstrating citizens’ great interest in Diplomacy & role in the World. Very pleased also with strong interest for EU’s Policy - part of 🇪🇺🇪🇺🇪🇺
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Cornelia-Adriana Baciu Feb 14
Replying to @corneliaa_baciu
The EU pursued a distinctive grand strategy, with the potential to set a positive agenda for world politics. The 2016 seemed to have adopted an approach of establishing procedures stimulating progress and empowering rather than intervening.
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Konstadinos Feb 22
at the alumni seminar 2019, underlines the significance of cooperation between and as a part of the
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Hylke Dijkstra Mar 7
Replying to @DijkstraHylke
In comparison to the challenge, EU efforts to preserve the rules-based global order are depressingly limited. The EU's own year 2 implementation report of the makes rather unimpressive reading
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Oana Matei Apr 17
in the last EP meeting on lessons learned and implementation of our « We have to apply a certain level of stubordness in FP: to remain on the right side of history, be humble&listen but be confident in our action »
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EU Cyber Direct Apr 15
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EU Institute for Security Studies Feb 22
Concluding thoughts from panel 1: When it comes to , 2019 will be the year of implementation.
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Konstadinos Feb 22
at the forum of the ESDC analyzes the challenges of the civilian aspects of the CSDP.
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EU Institute for Security Studies Feb 22
As we conclude a lively debate at ESDC Alumni Seminar 2019, “From Global Strategy to Global Actor?”, we would like to thank the European Security and Defence College and for their collaboration 🇷🇴🇪🇺
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Daniel Fiott May 1
Replying to @DanielFiott
Along the way we’ve had the chance to welcome a host of high-level speakers to our events on security and defence. 👉🏻 👉🏻 👉🏻 /11
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Daniel Fiott May 1
Replying to @DanielFiott
We’ve also sown the seeds for future avenues of reflection on EU defence. , and strategic autonomy... 🇪🇺 🤖 ⚙️ /12
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Chandrasekar Rao May 18
Need to focus on failing States as possibility of Rise in extremism, exists in Regions affected by & hope more in these areas will Lead to job's and growth & help in keeping peaceful & prosperous
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Jean-ChristopheHoste Mar 19
As promised the new policy brief by A strategy that cannot be touched no longer is a strategy but a dogma. 2020
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EU Institute for Security Studies Feb 22
Discussion on panel 2 of ESDC Alumni Seminar 2019 has now shifted to identifying future challenges for .
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