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Eurodefense Network

Action plan of the European Commission on synergies between civil, defence and space industries

In cooperation with the Federation of European Defence Technology Associations (EDTA) EURODEFENSE has developed remarks on the “Action plan of the European Commission on synergies between civil, defence and space industries” as published on 22 February 2021 (EU reference COM(2021) 70). Among others, these comments have been sent to the Presidents of the European Commission, Council and Parliament.

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Below the Surface

Russia and China are currently the most visible actors in the Arctic. Russia is the Arctic state with the most resources and a transit route but faces major domestic and regional challenges. On the other hand, China positions itself as a “near-Arctic state” with rights anchored not in international law but in a comprehensive national strategy that combines the economy, administration, para-military and military means in an impressive manner. The recent threat assessments of both the United States and NATO have paved the way for closer cooperation between the two countries in general and in the Arctic region in particular.


Space in the EU

Mediterranean Basin and the EU

Cyber in the UE

European Defence Technological and Industrial Base

Russia and the EU

Migrations in the UE

The Arctic region and the EU

The EU and China/Indo-Pacific regions

Counter-terrorism in the EU


Climate change, energy, security, and defence in the EU

Recommendations on EU defence

Hybrid warfare

SMEs in the European defence industry

For a new approach to the commissioning of equipment within the EU framework

EuroDéfense-France partners up with La Fabrique Défense to strengthen the Armed forces-Nation link


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