by James Rogers, European Geostrategy, July 18, 2012
Over recent months there have been several – often well-argued and highly–considered – calls for a new European Security Strategy to be drafted. The argument is put that the European Security Strategy of 2003, now almost a decade old, is outdated and requires redrafting so as to better reflect the new security environment of the second decade of the twenty-first century.
This may come as a surprise to those who regularly read European Geostrategy, but I do not entirely agree with this view, no matter how well-intended it might be. This is why:… (more) http://ow.ly/1lsWvO
- Brookings: Are Europeans a Better Transatlantic Security Partner than Meets the Eye? (brucekanderson.com)