The Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)

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Today, on the occasion of the visit of l'Ecole de Guerre (French War College) to Brussels, the Chairman of the European Union Military Committee (CEUMC), General Claudio Graziano, delivered the speech "Building a stronger Europe, is not an easy task. It needs investment of adequate resources".

Creating a fully-fledged European Defence Union by 2025 is imperative to Europe's security and to build a Union
that protects. A smooth, efficient and effective movement of military personnel and assets across and beyond the
EU will enhance the EU's preparedness and response to crises. It will enable EU Member States to act faster, in line with their defence needs and responsibilities, both in the context of the Common Security and Defence Policy missions and operations, and in the framework of national and multinational activities. Currently, cross-border mobility is still hampered by a number of barriers that can lead to delays, disruption, higher costs or increased vulnerability."

On 20 November 2018, Austria launched its latest publication on the common security and defence policy. The Handbook on Cybersecurity is a collection of articles by European experts from various backgrounds. It gives a good overview of the strategies, policies, stakeholders and (re-)emerging challenges and threats in the cyber domain.

La dimensión civil de la política común de seguridad y defensa (PCSD) aporta un valor añadido único al papel mundial de la UE en
pro de la paz y la seguridad internacionales. Actualmente la UE tiene desplegadas diez misiones civiles en Europa, Oriente Próximo
y África. Aproximadamente 2 000 personas están destinadas fuera de la UE para contribuir a la seguridad de la Unión. A partir de la
Estrategia Global de la UE y basándose en el éxito de la vertiente civil de la PCSD, la UE y sus Estados miembros iniciaron un proceso
para conseguir una mayor capacidad, eficacia y conexión con otros instrumentos a la luz del nuevo contexto de seguridad.

The civilian dimension of the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) provides unique added value to the EU’s global role in international peace and security.

Le volet civil de la politique de sécurité et de défense commune (PSDC) apporte une valeur ajoutée unique au rôle mondial joué par l’UE en ce qui concerne la paix et la sécurité internationales.

La dimensione civile della politica di sicurezza e di difesa comune (PSDC) fornisce un valore aggiunto unico al ruolo globale svolto dall’UE per la pace e la sicurezza a livello internazionale.

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