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EU Defence and Security Cooperation After Brexit

BRUSSELS, (BM) - Europe’s security architecture has significantly changed over the past ten years. The deteriorating security situation around Europe prompted a movement to remodel European security architecture, and more specifically a rethink of how Europeans do defence cooperation. The political crisis following the Brexit vote in the UK

Lithuania and Poland Discussed Military Cooperation Options in Warsaw

VILNIUS, the Republic of Lithuania ( – The Lithuanian Ministry of Defence announced on 21st February 2019 that the Lithuanian Minister of National Defence Raimundas Karoblis and his Polish counterpart Mariusz Błaszczak met in Warsaw, Poland on the same day to discuss security and defence issues and emphasised the importance

A Bulgarian team participates in NATO’s largest cyber defense training

The biggest Cyber Defense exercise "Cyber Coalition" is being held from 28 to 30 November 2017. It involves more than 700 representatives from the Alliance member countries, NATO partner countries, as well as European Union departments. The main challenge for the doctrine is to create a real cyber environment in which to test the participants'…