EU – International Migrants Day 2018: €1.6 billion for Syrian refugees and local communities


These new projects will facilitate access to education and basic health care services for the most vulnerable people, provide livelihood opportunities and strengthen mother and child care services. The EU is committed and determined to assist the people in need and will continue to support our partner countries – Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey – providing vital help to refugees

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EU Leaders’ Summit: Conclusions & Declarations


The European Council on 13-14 December 2018 adopted conclusions on the MFF, the single market, migration and other items, namely external relations, climate change, security and defence, disinformation, the fight against racism and xenophobia and citizens’ consultations.

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News & Analysis from Brussels


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News & Analysis from Brussels


 

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A world without NATO: The end of NATO?


Predictions about the imminent demise of NATO have been around for ages… Today, the narrative about the “demise of the West” appears to be gaining more traction, and some even question NATO’s continued relevance. Imagine what a world without NATO might look like

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Factsheet: EU acts for peace and security – Part IV


Addressing complex security challenges in fragile partner countries also requires substantial civilian support and the EU has indeed currently ten civilian missions operating in the field.

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NATO: Energy security


Energy security plays an important role in our common security. [NATO Brussels Declaration + 2018] No one doubted that energy developments could have major security implications for Allies and the Alliance. After all, in particular for some of NATO’s new members that were burdened with serious energy vulnerabilities, energy security was a question of national security.

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