European Training – Carnegie Europe

y making parts of national training programs European, the EU would keep the diversity that makes it strong while promoting the cross-fertilization of ideas vital to its survival, without infringing on national sovereignty. Beyond the symbolic message of unity, common core training would build a European esprit de corps, contribute to a strengthened European identity, and firmly anchor the European values that are currently under attack from populist political parties. Common standards on human rights and on gender and ethnic equality could be built into the curriculum.

Source: Forget a European Army, Start With European Training – Carnegie Europe – Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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