by Thanos Dokos, former Director-General at the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy
In order to forward the broad reforms needed to address the security risks of their citizens, members of the European and national parliaments alike need to build their expertise on the internal and external threats facing Europe.
from the Mercator European Dialogue Workshop in Brussels, 9 July 2018
Our network comes together with experts to to discuss key risks and opportunities on common EU security. How does parliamentarians perceive shared threats and how do they communicate them to their constituencies?
by Davis Ellison, German Marshall Fund of the United States
The initiation of Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) marks an important step in the continued development of a more integrated European defence architecture, but national parliaments need to cooperate for its success.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, known as the Iran deal, forged a compromise in which Iran agreed to limit its nuclear program, in particular the enrichment of uranium, and allow for an international inspection regime. What now that the US has left?
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