- Oct 2013
The Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) is the part of the EU security and defence policy in which 25 of the 28 national armed forces pursue structural integration.This is behind a pay-wall so would like to hear other sources for the same story, if anyone has them!
Emmanuel Macron infuriates Nato allies by freezing UK firms out of EU defence contracts after Brexit
Just a principial question: a country not member of the organization should have (itself or through it's companies) unrestricted, unchecked, full right, as a country- member?
To clarify the question (just in case): should Russia, or China, or Saudi Arabia, or whatever complain that they haven't the same rights to access NATO funds, tenders, etc as NATO members?
Is UK having the same access to the Collective Security Treaty Organization as Russia, Armenia, Bielarussia, Kazahstan, Kirgistan, Tadjikistan?
If not, did the government protested?