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Is U.S. – EU security cooperation living up to its potential?

Foreign affairs and security policy

CEPS Working Party Room (Third Floor)
1, Place du Congrès - 1000 Brussels
CEPS Event

Is U.S. – EU security cooperation living up to its potential?


Dr. Campbell, Professor of National Security Studies at the Air Command and Staff College, Air University (Alabama), examines the wide range of current U.S.-European cooperation, from the recurring need to build meaningful military capabilities and collaborate on common strategic priorities to the multilateral NATO mission in Afghanistan, the role military power can play in building civil society, and the new START treaty. As Dr. Campbell notes, President Obama was in law school when the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, and the strategic and operational world of the U.S. military officers she teaches is post-9/11. What does this shift in generation and focus at the highest levels of U.S. leadership mean for the future of transatlantic security and military ties?

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