Department of Law

European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out: report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark

Research output: Book/anthology/dissertation/reportReport

Standard

European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out: report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark. / Nissen, Christine; Banke, Cecilie Felicia Stokholm; Schmidt, Jakob Linnet; Olesen, Mikkel Runge; Mouritzen, Hans; Rahbek-Clemmensen, Jon; Pedersen, Rasmus Brun; Butler, Graham; Andersen, Louise Riis.

Copenhagen : DIIS - Danish Institute for International Studies, 2020. 108 p.

Research output: Book/anthology/dissertation/reportReport

Harvard

APA

CBE

Nissen C, Banke CFS, Schmidt JL, Olesen MR, Mouritzen H, Rahbek-Clemmensen J, Pedersen RB, Butler G, Andersen LR 2020. European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out: report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark. Copenhagen: DIIS - Danish Institute for International Studies. 108 p.

MLA

Vancouver

Nissen C, Banke CFS, Schmidt JL, Olesen MR, Mouritzen H, Rahbek-Clemmensen J et al. European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out: report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark. Copenhagen: DIIS - Danish Institute for International Studies, 2020. 108 p.

Author

Nissen, Christine ; Banke, Cecilie Felicia Stokholm ; Schmidt, Jakob Linnet ; Olesen, Mikkel Runge ; Mouritzen, Hans ; Rahbek-Clemmensen, Jon ; Pedersen, Rasmus Brun ; Butler, Graham ; Andersen, Louise Riis. / European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out: report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark. Copenhagen : DIIS - Danish Institute for International Studies, 2020. 108 p.

Bibtex

@book{d05d338cc6f34eafa512c2bfc096c4d1,
title = "European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out:: report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark",
abstract = "The Danish defence opt-out will hamper the protection of Danish interests if, in the future, there is dynamic integration, working towards increased European strategic autonomy. Conversely, the defence opt-out will be less important if the EU{\textquoteright}s defence cooperation stagnates or is rolled back, for example due to internal disagreement among the member states.These were the main findings in the external DIIS report from 2019 that has now been translated to English. The report was commissioned by the Danish government in November 2018 and focuses on the development in the EU in the field of security and defence policy cooperation and its significance for Denmark. Picking up from the last DIIS report (2008), the new report focuses in particular on the period following the launch of the EU{\textquoteright}s global strategy in the summer of 2016. The analysis is based on interviews with experts, officials and representatives from the EU, NATO, Denmark and other Member States, as well as case files in the archive of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, official documents, and existing research.",
author = "Christine Nissen and Banke, {Cecilie Felicia Stokholm} and Schmidt, {Jakob Linnet} and Olesen, {Mikkel Runge} and Hans Mouritzen and Jon Rahbek-Clemmensen and Pedersen, {Rasmus Brun} and Graham Butler and Andersen, {Louise Riis}",
year = "2020",
month = apr,
day = "23",
language = "English",
publisher = "DIIS - Danish Institute for International Studies",

}

RIS

TY - RPRT

T1 - European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out:

T2 - report on the developments in the EU and Europe in the field of security and defence policy and their implications for Denmark

AU - Nissen, Christine

AU - Banke, Cecilie Felicia Stokholm

AU - Schmidt, Jakob Linnet

AU - Olesen, Mikkel Runge

AU - Mouritzen, Hans

AU - Rahbek-Clemmensen, Jon

AU - Pedersen, Rasmus Brun

AU - Butler, Graham

AU - Andersen, Louise Riis

PY - 2020/4/23

Y1 - 2020/4/23

N2 - The Danish defence opt-out will hamper the protection of Danish interests if, in the future, there is dynamic integration, working towards increased European strategic autonomy. Conversely, the defence opt-out will be less important if the EU’s defence cooperation stagnates or is rolled back, for example due to internal disagreement among the member states.These were the main findings in the external DIIS report from 2019 that has now been translated to English. The report was commissioned by the Danish government in November 2018 and focuses on the development in the EU in the field of security and defence policy cooperation and its significance for Denmark. Picking up from the last DIIS report (2008), the new report focuses in particular on the period following the launch of the EU’s global strategy in the summer of 2016. The analysis is based on interviews with experts, officials and representatives from the EU, NATO, Denmark and other Member States, as well as case files in the archive of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, official documents, and existing research.

AB - The Danish defence opt-out will hamper the protection of Danish interests if, in the future, there is dynamic integration, working towards increased European strategic autonomy. Conversely, the defence opt-out will be less important if the EU’s defence cooperation stagnates or is rolled back, for example due to internal disagreement among the member states.These were the main findings in the external DIIS report from 2019 that has now been translated to English. The report was commissioned by the Danish government in November 2018 and focuses on the development in the EU in the field of security and defence policy cooperation and its significance for Denmark. Picking up from the last DIIS report (2008), the new report focuses in particular on the period following the launch of the EU’s global strategy in the summer of 2016. The analysis is based on interviews with experts, officials and representatives from the EU, NATO, Denmark and other Member States, as well as case files in the archive of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, official documents, and existing research.

M3 - Report

BT - European defence cooperation and the Danish defence opt-out:

PB - DIIS - Danish Institute for International Studies

CY - Copenhagen

ER -