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How to Unite the World’s Democratic Forces
NATO wants to strengthen existing partnerships and build new ones, including in the Asia-Pacific, Africa, and Latin America. NATO’s adaptation will require [...] a “strong message of unity and resolve”.
The Commission seeks a coordinated approach to external action.
The European Union has to be in a position to look after its own security interests and carry its share of responsibility as a global security provider.
MEP’s consider work on the EU’s Strategic Compass and the NATO 2030 process a unique opportunity to establish clear priorities and identify additional synergies between like-minded partners aiming for effective global governance and multilateralism.
The Coalition for a World Security Community proposal can make these ambitions a reality in today’s geopolitical environment.
See: https://youtu.be/8QLZ5gXy1a4 or https://worldsecuritycommunity.org/
view recording: https://youtu.be/WTY8eAAM7lo
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Chairman, Alliance of Democracies Foundation and former NATO Secretary General and Prime Minister of Denmark
Lord Mark Sedwill, G7 Envoy for Economic Resilience and former Cabinet Secretary and National Security Advisor to Boris Johnson
Ash Jain, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
Didier Jacobs, Vice-President of the Coalition for a World Security Community of democratic nations
Vivian Salama, National Security Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Event reportView the recording at: https://youtu.be/WTY8eAAM7lo The speakers call for uniting the democratic nations in the world and establish a common military force, not along regional organisational lines, but based upon a common ideology and political conviction. This new organisation will extend the EU, NATO, G7 and OECD and work outside the framework of the United Nations on common objectives.
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