The European Union has shown significant progress in strengthening cooperation in the area of security and defence these last weeks. Macron’s willingness to push initiatives such as the European military intervention force, which was signed by 9 countries, the Permanent Structured Cooperation on security and
While addressing the European Parliament, gathered in plenary in Strasbourg on 17 April, French President Emmanuel Macron defended the French participation in a coalition missile strike on government forces in Syria, along with the UK and the US.
In 14th April, the United States, France and Britain launched 105 missiles overnight in Syria, in retaliation for a suspected poison gas attack in Douma a week ago, targeting three chemical weapons facilities, including a research and development center in Damascus’ Barzeh district and two
British Prime Minister Theresa May called for a new EU-U.K. security treaty that would allow London to continue participating in European Defense agency and the British defence industries to participate in the European Defense Fund. And what else ?
Over the past fifty years, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) has traditionally reflected the current state of world military affairs. On 16th and 17th February, the 54th Munich Security Conference took place with 450 senior decision-makers from around the globe to discuss current and future security