The EU is facing new and increasing threats and challenges. To counter them, protect its citizens, and enhance its strategic autonomy to become a stronger global partner, the EU needs to define what kind of security and defence actor it wants to be.
Author: EEAS Press Team - Publication date: 06/05/2021
The Indo-Pacific- spanning from the east coast of Africa to the Pacific Island States- is a region where the EU has long enjoyed a broad and comprehensive relationship with our partners. The new Strategy launched in April 2021 recommits the EU politically to the region with the aim of contributing
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 19/04/2021
In a more challenging global environment, the EU needs to enhance its ability to prevent confl icts and strengthen international peace and security. With the new European Peace Facility (EPF), the EU is taking on more responsibility as a global security provider.
Author: EEAS Press Team - Publication date: 22/03/2021
With European prosperity and Asian peace and security closely connected, the European Union has decided to strengthen its security cooperation in and with Asia. This is also in line with the steps taken by the EU in the past years to strengthen its role as a global security provider: Europe and Asia
Author: EEAS Press Team - Publication date: 06/10/2020
EU Fraud Prevention and Anti-corruption Measures Fraud involving EU funds has a particularly negative impact on the reputation of the EU institutions and the implementation of the EU policies. On 24 June 2011, the Commission adopted its Anti-fraud Strategy1 (CAFS), its overall objective being to
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to PAKISTAN - Publication date: 22/09/2020