Security deficit in Europe: Updating and upgrading the EU’s security role in Ukraine
What are the EU’s options regarding Ukraine’s integration into the European Defence Union? What measures are relevant for security on the ground? Iulian Romanyshyn explores these questions in the new LibMod policy paper.
This paper explores the EU’s ability to exert itself as a strong and meaningful security provider for Ukraine. It examines the opportunities for EU actions with respect to Ukraine’s integration in the European Defence Union and measures pertinent to the EU’s security provision on the ground.
The paper was written shortly before Russia’s full-scale invasion and back then many policy recommendations may have looked unrealistic. However, today these recommendations have become reality. The EU has become a security actor; moreover, Ukraine’s integration into the European Defence Union has a good chance to materialise over time, as Ukraine is now on a path to become a member of the EU.
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