A European Way of War

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CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN REFORM

A EUROPEAN WAY OF WAR
Steven Everts, Lawrence Freedman, Charles Grant, François Heisbourg, Daniel Keohane and Michael O'Hanlon

about the CER
The Centre for European Reform is a think-tank devoted to improving the quality of the debate on the European Union. It is a forum for people with ideas from Britain and across the continent to discuss the many social, political and economic challenges facing Europe. It seeks to work with similar bodies in other European countries, North America and elsewhere in the world. The CER is pro-European but not uncritical. It regards European integration as largely beneficial but recognises that in many respects the Union does not work well. The CER therefore aims to promote new ideas for reforming the European Union.

A European way of war


Director: CHARLES GRANT ADVISORY BOARD
PERCY BARNEVIK................................................................................... Chairman, AstraZeneca CARL BILDT...................... Former Swedish Prime Minister and Chairman, Nordic Venture Networks ANTONIO BORGES................................................................................ Former Dean of INSEAD NICK BUTLER (CHAIR)..................................................... Group Vice President, Strategy, BP p.l.c. LORD DAHRENDORF ............... Former Warden of St Antony’s College, Oxford & EU Commissioner VERNON ELLIS....................................................................... International Chairman, Accenture RICHARD HAASS.............................................................. President, Council on Foreign Relations LORD HANNAY............................................................ Former Ambassador to the UN and the EU IAN HARGREAVES.................................... Group Director of Corporate and Public Affairs, BAA plc LORD HASKINS OF SKIDBY...................................................... Former Chairman, Northern Foods FRANÇOIS HEISBOURG.................................... Director, Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique CATHERINE KELLEHER...................................... Visiting Research Professor, US Naval War College SIR JOHN KERR.... Former Ambassador to the EU and US & former Permanent Under Secretary, FCO FIORELLA KOSTORIS PADOA SCHIOPPA..... Former President, Istituto di Studi e Analisi Economica RICHARD LAMBERT....................................................................... Former Editor, Financial Times DAVID MARSH............................................................................... Partner, Droege & Comp. AG DOMINIQUE MOÏSI........................... Senior Advisor, Institut Français des Relations Internationales JOHN MONKS....................................................................................... General Secretary, ETUC DAME PAULINE NEVILLE-JONES........................................................... Chairman, QinetiQ p.l.c. WANDA RAPACZYNSKI.............................................. President of Management Board, Agora SA LORD SIMON OF HIGHBURY................... Former Minister for Trade and Competitiveness in Europe PETER SUTHERLAND....................................... Chairman, BP p.l.c. & Goldman Sachs International ADAIR TURNER........................................................... Vice Chairman, Merrill Lynch Holdings Ltd.

Steven Everts, Lawrence Freedman, Charles Grant, François Heisbourg, Daniel Keohane and Michael O’Hanlon

Published by the Centre for European Reform (CER), 29 Tufton Street, London, SW1P 3QL Telephone + 44 20 7233 1199, Facsimile + 44 20 7233 1117, info@cer.org.uk, www.cer.org.uk © CER MAY 2004 ★ ISBN 1 901229 54 8

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Steven Everts is a senior research fellow at the Centre for European Reform, and director of its transatlantic programme. His recent CER publications include ‘Engaging Iran: a test case for EU foreign policy’ (March 2004); ‘The EU and the Middle East: a call for action’...
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