A European way of war

Charles Grant , Steven Everts, Lawrence Freedman, François Heisbourg, Daniel Keohane, Michael O'Hanlon
03 May 2004

The Europeans should develop their own distinctive approach to warfare, argue the authors of this report. Although the Europeans can learn from the Americans on how to prepare for the most demanding sorts of military mission, they should build on their core strengths of peacekeeping, nation-building and counter-insurgency.

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