Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Defence & Security News

Government Europa brings you the latest EU Defence & Security News from across the field of European Government Policy.

state aid in belgium

State aid in Belgium: Commission opens tax investigation

The European Commission has opened a series of investigations into potential breaches of the EU’s rules governing state aid in Belgium. The Commission will investigate...
scotland migration policy

Scotland migration policy urged to protect economy, services

The Scottish government has called for greater say over Scotland’s migration policy, citing the country’s specific economic and social needs. The Scottish administration welcomed the...
defence policy audit

Defence policy audit finds EU plans overly ambitious

A defence policy audit conducted by the European Court of Auditors has found substantial gaps between the EU’s defence plans and its practical capabilities. Until...
reform in moldova

Reform in Moldova acknowledged in new EU report

A new report published by the EU has praised the progress of social and legislative reform in Moldova since the establishment of its new...
cybersecurity paradigm

Cybersecurity paradigm shift offers solutions in a world of cyber risks

CardLab’s disruptive security solutions offer the essential cybersecurity paradigm shift to put an end to cybercrime. Surveillance is becoming more commonplace than ever before. In...
eod community mental health

EOD community mental health: providing current and future support

Men and women of the EOD community are continually on the front line: it is vital we support EOD community mental health. The Explosive Ordnance...
internal displacement in myanmar

Internal displacement in Myanmar: EU offers aid package

The European Commission has announced a €9m aid package to support people affected by internal displacement in Myanmar. The humanitarian aid allocation will be primarily...
prorogation of parliament

Prorogation of Parliament leads to UK outrage

A UK petition calling on the government to prevent the prorogation of Parliament has achieved more than a million signatures since its launch on...
technology for child safety

Technology for child safety both inside and outside the home

Guest contributor Ali Dockerty examines the benefits of emerging technology for child safety, monitoring and protection. Thanks to the ever-expanding Internet of Things and rapid advancements...
day of remembrance

Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes

Today, 23 August, marks Black Ribbon Day: the EU-wide Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes. The day of remembrance commemorates the signing in...

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