Quel cadre pour l'Europe militaire ?

Giuliani, Jean-Dominique
June 2013
Revue Defense Nationale;2013, Issue 761, p83
If based upon the right circumstances and collectively agreed needs, a European military structure could emerge far more surely than any European defence built around an inadequate concept. The starting point would have to be national interests, and it would need to draw upon every favourable occasion in order to become established in a pragmatic manner.


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