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Should the EU have its own army?
The European Union should create a centrally controlled army in addition to the armies of member states.
An EU army would increase political integration between member states.
Having an army would increase the EU's influence globally.
A centrally controlled army would increase the EU's ability to defend itself and its allies.
A European army would reduce the EU's reliance on states such as the US for military assistance.
An EU army would be economically beneficial for the EU.
An EU army could negatively affect member states sovereignty to make independent foreign policy.
An EU army would increase Euro-skepticism.
An EU army would be incredibly difficult to establish and manage.
A European army would negatively affect the EU's relationships with other countries.
The political will to finance an EU standing army does not exist.
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