• Report by Charles Grant, 10 February 2014

    Charles Grant discusses the challenges facing the EU in 2014, such as the European elections, Britain's slide towards the exit and the continuing travails of the eurozone.

  • Review article by Ian Bond, 15 January 2014

    Against a background of falling European defence budgets, the European Commission has sought to increase the efficiency of the European defence market by reducing barriers to intra-EU defence trade and by encouraging competition.

  • Insight by Clara Marina O'Donnell, 13 December 2013

    While EU states seek to forge a common military culture, they should exploit collaborative defence measures which are relatively easy to introduce.

  • Bulletin article by Ian Bond, 29 November 2013

    In December, EU leaders will discuss defence. Instead of wrangling over capability shortfalls, they should first agree what they want to achieve, and how.

  • EU Institute for Security Studies, Report by Rosa Balfour, Anna Barcikowska, Lawrence Freedman, Eva Gross, Anand Menon, Clara Marina O'Donnell, William Wallace, 31 October 2013

    Improving Europe's military and civilian capabilities in a shifting security environment represents a major challenge for the EU and its member-states.

  • Insight by Rem Korteweg, 18 September 2013

    The Syrian crisis has split Europe and the US. They should push for a common Security Council position, but an ambiguous resolution may lead to military action and further division.

  • Opinion piece by Ian Bond
    Rzeczpospolita, 01 September 2013

    Niepokoi mnie, że na Zachodzie wszyscy koncentrują się na tym, jak przeprowadzić atak na Syrię. Znacznie mniej jest dyskusji o tym, w jaki sposób może na to odpowiedzieć Asad – podkreśla brytyjski ekspert ds. międzynarodowych w rozmowie z Jędrzejem Bieleckim.

  • Policy brief by Clara Marina O'Donnell, 24 July 2013

    In response to the economic crisis, European militaries are working more closely together than before. But they still need to collaborate further.