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As stability in the Western Balkans is a priority for EU policymakers, it is necessary to examine the causes of military expansion in the region, and the effects of the phenomenon for the EU accession process.
Hypersonic technology is expected to revolutionise the way countries throughout the world can counter ballistic and nuclear attacks. With these technologies arises a new kind of arms race, putting today’s global balance of power at risk.
Since 2012, Mali has been facing armed conflicts that oppose multiple military groups spreading in the Sahel region.
How do International Organisations (IOs) react to the new wave of complex challenges in their security environment? In particular, how will NATO react to remain relevant today and prepare for the future?
What we do
Finabel promotes and facilitates the interoperability of land forces across the full spectrum of military operations through the harmonisation of concepts, doctrines and procedures in the joint environment.
The organisation produces recommendations, guidelines and research for defence decision-makers according to the member states’ demands. It convenes the leadership of the member states’ armies in annual meetings, enabling both formal and informal knowledge sharing about the development of land forces.
Finabel complements and cooperates with EU and NATO military structures, thereby acting within the overall context of a common European understanding of defence issues. Finabel has 22 member states, and membership is open to all EU member states.