Alexander Mattelaer elaborates three storylines associated with the irony that while European armed forces can do crisis response operations well they are running out of money to put that wisdom into practice.
With a new website and a ream of new editors, European Geostrategy aims to continue enhancing the geostrategic debate amongst Europeans about the rapidly changing twenty-first century world.
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. Alexander Mattelaer asks what do Europeans have to do to inject their military forces with a new lease of life?
In this article, Alexander Mattelaer writes about the future policy of NATO in light of the Afghanistan mission.