Unmanned reconnaissance aircraft in a military hardware display for NATO defense officials and EU leaders

Next step for EU and NATO: a security tandem

  • NATO and the EU are yet to develop mechanisms for defense system interoperability
  • Since the 2016 summits, some areas have been designated for enhancing military cooperation, but piecemeal coordination is no substitute for a deep, systemic integration
  • Ultimately, leaders will need to separate defense missions for NATO and the national forces of the EU members, and create a true Western security tandem

In the face of mounting pressure, the European Union and NATO are trying to improve the interoperability of their military organizations. The steps taken thus far – improvised, ad hoc, limited actions by members of both organizations – are simply insufficient. In the end, Western defense needs to be integrated on a high, systemic level.

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General Stanislaw Koziej
The need to improve NATO-EU military coherence is not lost on the partners
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What's inside
  • NATO and the EU are yet to develop mechanisms for defense system interoperability
  • Since the 2016 summits, some areas have been designated for enhancing military cooperation, but piecemeal coordination is no substitute for a deep, systemic integration
  • Ultimately, leaders will need to separate defense missions for NATO and the national forces of the EU members, and create a true Western security tandem
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  • Report is targeted to the decision makers in cross country manufacturing – suppliers, manufacturers, logistics.
  • Also considered useful for the administrative university facilities, to better understand the possibe effects of current decisions.
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