But the strategy could backfire, some cautioned. “For Europe to achieve strategic autonomy — in tech, in cyber, in intelligence, in military hardware — is a very, very elusive goal. The U.S. won’t take it seriously and many European countries won’t believe in it either,” said Nicholas Dungan, a senior fellow of the Atlantic Council.
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