The U.S is against the idea of a European Defense community with a separate to NATO’s command center, the Wall Street Journal reports. A new command center would add to the decision-making cost of defense without increasing capacity is the main concern.
But, the discussion of Euro-Atlantic policy consensus is also implicitly on the table. The possibility of a distinct and separate European defense identity is a discussion Britain in different times would have preempted or quickly put to sleep...
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