The European Union’s focus on terrestrial rapid reaction has prevented it from developing a fully-spectrum understanding of military power, namely the ability to contain, deter, coerce and destroy, simultaneously. What do Europeans have to do to inject their military forces with a new lease of life?
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Today, the Group on Grand Strategy published its next ‘Strategic Snapshot’, entitled: ‘Three geographies – and societies: The European Union’s enduring problem’. It analyses the differing logics of geography that influence the policies of the Member States, and how these interact with the European Union, often pulling it in different directions, simultaneously.