Published June 1991
by Center for Strategic & Intl Studies .
Written in English
|Contributions||G. A. Johnston (Compiler)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
In conclusion, it offers recommendations to Europe and the United States to help advance European defense cooperation in ways that strengthen both European and transatlantic security. The New Momentum Behind European Defense. After nearly a decade of relatively slow progress, European defense cooperation recently has moved into a higher gear. Over the past year, European defense collaboration has arguably made more progress than in the past decade. Significantly, unlike past attempts to deepen European defense, there seems to be both genuine political will and a sense of urgency this time around. Although many of the current initiatives date back several years, the election of Donald Trump has raised questions about . The Defence Industry and 'Transformation': A European Perspective. 30 Trans-Atlantic Defence Industrial Cooperation, The only way to keep the . The Vital Partnership is a political, historical, and intellectual assessment of the evolution of transatlantic relations. This partnership, warns Simon Serfaty, is clearly at a crossroads, and even at risk. The problem, he argues, is neither personal nor bilateral or even circumstantial―not even over George W. Bush, France, or : Hardcover.
Transatlantic Defense Markets?, Massachusetts Institute of Technol-ogy Industrial Performance Center Working Paper Series Cambridge, MA: MIT, European : Daniel Fiott. The Future of the Transatlantic Defense Community - Washington: Center for Strategic and International Studies, xii, 74 p.: ill.; 30 cm. (CSIS Panel Report) Final Report of the CSIS Commission on Transatlantic Security and Industrial Cooperation in the Twenty-First Century. If the United States wants its European partners to start pulling their weight in defense, closer military and defense-industrial cooperation among European nations is one of the best ways to do so. As of now, within the EU, 80% of defense procurement and more than 90% of research and technology investments occur on a national basis, leading. Transatlantic Interests in the Asia Pacific in Welcome: Barry Pavel, Vice President and Director, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security, Atlantic Council Scene Setter: The United States’ and Europe’s Relationship with Asia Speaker: Helena Sangeland, Deputy Director General and Head, Department for Asia and the Pacific Region, Ministry for .
But the political obstacle of viewing military contractors from a global or even transatlantic perspective is daunting. How one defines the size of the market is of critical importance. While leery of more domestic mergers, some officials (in both government and industry) have been quietly floating the idea of an Atlantic partnership. Transatlantic Defense Industrial Cooperation: Can It Occur? Ralph D. Crosby, Jr. President, Integrated Systems Sector, Northrop Grumman. One cannot overstate the enormity of change that has affected and will continue to affect NATO and the transatlantic contributors to the international security system, we in the industry appreciate the opportunity to participate . The EU Center is a partnership among ﬁve national capital area universities—American University, George Mason University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, and The Johns Hopkins University—established to improve understanding of the EU and U.S.-EU relations. vi Transatlantic Transformations. While NATO works through the Defense Investment Division and other stakeholders to encourage transatlantic cooperation, the EU has the European Defense Agency and a set of unique legal and financial tools to promote defense-industrial cooperation and spur innovation in the EU. In , the EU launched a European Defense Fund, which by