Sécurité internationale : que fera l'Europe ?

Biscop, Sven
June 2013
Revue Defense Nationale;2013, Issue 761, p101
Through identifying their interests and facing up to their responsibilities, Europeans will be able to focus upon collective military action in order to secure their borders, protect those interests- maritime ones, in particular-and participate in global stability. Yet to do this, they have to increase their commitment to military matters.


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