PSDC et prise de risque : telle est la question

Dumoulin, André
June 2013
Revue Defense Nationale;2013, Issue 761, p88
In analysing a number of recent operations, the author sees the response to emergency, accepted risk and broad solidarity as the common ingredients of European patriotism, and calls for their stimulation during the next European Council meeting dedicated to defence.


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