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Anglo-French defence cooperation is a useful supplement for broader multilateral European schemes, but is not a replacement for them: to exert real influence over international security affairs Europeans must act collectively

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Recent actions in Libya have shown Europe’s reliance on the United States to support military actions that have a European interest. And while the UK’s reaction to massive cuts to defence spending has been to forge a closer relationship with France, Anand Menon argues that it is Europe as a whole must collaborate much more closely in defence procurement and operations if it is to exert independent influence over international security affairs.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/38402/1/blogs.lse.ac.uk-AngloFrench_defence_cooperation_is_a_useful_supplement_for_broader_multilateral_European_schemes_but_.pdf

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