European Defence Matters №20 (2020)

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Год / месяц: 2020/012

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Страниц: 44

Язык: Английский

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EDM is the only dedicated European defence journal designed specifically to address the issues of effective future defence procurement in Europe. It has a growing circulation of more than 10,000 copies, focused on senior decision makers within government and industry.

WELCOME 3
COVER STORY: 1st COORDINATED ANNUAL REVIEW ON DEFENCE (CARD)
> First CARD report published
Wake-up call and pathfinder: analysis of the main CARD findings & recommendations 4
> After the first CARD: What’s next? Giving the floor to Member States – interviews 10
> Arie Jan De Waard, Armaments Director, The Netherlands 11
> Simona Cojocaru, Defence State Secretary, Romania 12
> Saturnino Suanzes Fernández de Cañete, Capability Director, Spain 13
Opinion Editorial: General Éric Bellot des Minières 14
The view of the EU Military Staff (EUMS): Vice-Admiral Hervé Bléjean 16
> From CARD to PESCO
How EDA supports the implementation of PESCO projects 18
FOCUS
> German EU Presidency Strengthening the EU on security and defence: Opinion Editorial by German Defence State Secretary, Benedikt Zimmer 24
OPINION
> EU Strategic Compass
Concrete solutions for concrete challenges: article by Charles Fries, EEAS Deputy Secretary General for CSDP and Crisis Response 27
IN THE FIELD
> Advancing Circular Economy in Defence
> The road towards the ‘Incubation Forum for Circular Economy in European Defence’ 29
> Interview with European Commission (DG ENV) Director-General Florika Fink-Hooijer 32
> Three questions to... Luxembourg’s Defence Minister François Bausch 33
SPOTLIGHT
> EDA-EU SatCen cooperation Natural partners 34
INDUSTRY TALK
> “We need to collaborate to create our own joint capabilities” Interview with Oliver Väärtnõu, CEO of Cybernetica 37
INNOVATION CORNER
> EDA Defence Innovation Prize 2020 “And the winners are...” 40
QUO VADIS EU DEFENCE?
> A look beyond 2030 By Frédéric Mauro (IRIS) 42

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