An Overview of European National Defence Strategies, 2018

The Emerging Threat Profiles, Defence Cooperation, Spending and Industry Evolution Shape the European Security Strategies

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Europe’s economic recovery has been slow, countries are trying to reduce their national debt by reducing government spending , and this, in turn, has the potential to influence defence allocation .The economic situation of Cyprus, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, and Ireland continues to be worrying and future bailouts to support these countries might put additional pressure on defence spending. Even against this background, emerging conventional and unconventional security threats and the pressure from NATO and the US to meet the spending commitments might be sufficient to see a considerable defence spending growth in the future. The exit of the UK might result in higher defence spending to conduct operations

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the drivers for defence spending in Europe and how are they impacting European spending priorities?
  • How much do European countries spend on defence—current defence budgets, budget pressures, and spending priorities?
  • How are defence forces structured and what are their key procurement and modernisation programmes?
  • What are the future scenarios that could unfold in the next ten years and how will they impact defence budgets and prioritisation?
  • How will the offerings of defence contractors need to evolve for them to compete?

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsStudy Scope Key Questions this Study will AnswerIntroductionIntroductionAn Overview of the European Security ScenarioEuropean Geopolitical Scenario—ThreatsEuropean Geopolitical Scenario—Threats (continued)European Geopolitical Scenario—Threats (continued)European Defence SpendingEuropean Security StrategyEuropean Defence Cooperation FrameworksEU and NATO Members—2018Operational Priorities for CooperationOperational Priorities for Cooperation (continued)EU Common Security and Defence StrategyEU Common Security and Defence Strategy (continued)European Bilateral and Multilateral Defence Cooperation AgreementsPESCO Capability EnhancementFuture European Strategy and Capability EnhancementNATO and US Ground Deployments in the European Eastern FlankNATO Engagement in EuropeNATO Engagement in Europe (continued)US Policy Towards EuropeFuture of US and NATO Role in EuropeGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—Simulated Training and Automated Logistics ManagementGrowth Opportunity 2—Compressing the Sensor to Shooter LoopGrowth Opportunity 3—Performance Based LogisticsGrowth Opportunity 4—Europeanization of the Defence IndustryGrowth Opportunity 5—ISR as a ServiceStrategic Imperatives for Success and GrowthEurope—National Defence Strategies United Kingdom—Strategic ContextThe UK—Defence StructureThe UK—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesFrance—Strategic ContextFrance—Defence StructureFrance—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesGermany—Strategic ContextGermany—Defence StructureGermany—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesPoland—Strategic ContextPoland—Defence StructurePoland—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesSweden—Strategic ContextSweden—Defence StructureSweden—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesTurkey—Strategic ContextTurkey—Defence StructureTurkey—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesAustria—Strategic ContextAustria—Defence StructureAustria—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesSwitzerland—Strategic ContextSwitzerland—Defence StructureSwitzerland—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesSpain—Strategic ContextSpain—Defence StructureSpain—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesBulgaria—Strategic ContextBulgaria—Defence StructureBulgaria—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesFinland—Strategic ContextFinland—Defence StructureFinland—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesCroatia—Strategic ContextCroatia—Defence StructureCroatia—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesThe Czech Republic—Strategic ContextThe Czech Republic—Defence StructureThe Czech Republic—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesSlovenia—Strategic ContextSlovenia—Defence StructureSlovenia Republic—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesSlovakia—Strategic ContextSlovakia—Defence StructureSlovakia—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesSerbia—Strategic ContextSerbia—Defence StructureSerbia—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesDenmark—Strategic ContextDenmark—Defence StructureDenmark—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesBelgium—Strategic ContextBelgium—Defence StructureBelgium—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesItaly—Strategic ContextItaly—Defence StructureItaly—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesIreland—Strategic ContextIreland—Defence StructureIreland—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesGeorgia—Strategic ContextGeorgia—Strategic Context (continued)Georgia—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesGreece—Strategic ContextGreece—Defence StructureGreece—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesRomania—Strategic ContextRomania—Defence StructureRomania—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesHungary—Strategic ContextHungary—Defence StructureHungary—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesPortugal—Strategic ContextPortugal—Defence StructurePortugal—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesNorway—Strategic ContextNorway—Defence StructureNorway—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesThe Netherlands—Strategic ContextThe Netherlands—Defence StructureThe Netherlands—Defence Industrial Base and OpportunitiesEstonia—Strategic ContextEstonia—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesLatvia—Strategic ContextLatvia—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesLithuania—Strategic ContextLithuania—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesCyprus—Strategic ContextCyprus—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesMalta—Strategic ContextMalta—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesAlbania—Strategic ContextAlbania—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesMontenegro—Strategic ContextMontenegro—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesBosnia and Herzegovina—Strategic ContextBosnia and Herzegovina—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesMacedonia—Strategic ContextMacedonia—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesKosovo—Strategic ContextKosovo—Defence Structure and OpportunitiesConclusionConclusionConclusion (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsAbbreviations (continued)List of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)The Frost & Sullivan 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