Eu­ro­pean se­cu­ri­ty and de­fense

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Fa­ced with the as­cen­sion of D. Trump to the post of head of state of the Uni­ted States, ma­ny Eu­ro­peans are ex­pe­rien­cing a loss of con idence in NATO (control­led by the Uni­ted­States).

The vi­sion of the Bel­gian pro­fes­sor Bi­scop(4) on an Eu­ro­pean De­fense al­so concerns the cri­te­ria for in­ter­ven­tion. He thus ad­vo­cates the pos­si­bi­li­ty of ha­ving an ar­med force of in­ter­ven­tion in par­ti­cu­lar to de­fend the de­mo­cra­cies at­ta­cked. The pro­fes­sor al­so ex­plai­ned that an Eu­ro­pean De­fense would make bud­ge­ta­ry sa­vings. When French Ge­ne­ral Lan­glois as­ked the spea­kers of the se­mi­nar on the Fu­ture of Eu­rope «must NATO be sa­ved?» Pro­fes­sor Bi­scop re­plied that the dis­so­lu­tion of NATO would force the Eu­ro­peans to make a com­mon De­fense. The can­di­date of the par­ty of the Greens Y. Ja­dot(26), ve­ry Eu­ro­pean, wi­th­drew in fa­vor of his sup­port for the can­di­date of the so­cia­list par­ty Be­noit Ha­mon(27) and have si­mi­lar ideas on streng­the­ning co­ope­ra­tion in Eu­ro­pean De­fense (" Eu­ro­pean and bi­na­tio­nal bri­gades "). In or­der to in­crease se­cu­ri­ty ef icien­cy in an Eu­ro­pean com­mon area, Ha­mon pro­poses to set up an Eu­ro­pean in­tel­li­gence agen­cy.

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