Davos 2022

4 ways leaders can strengthen Europe's economic resilience

The Europeean Union stands united against Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Image: REUTERS/Yves Herman.

Mirek Dušek

Managing Director, World Economic Forum

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Defence expenditure as a share of GDP (%) of different European countries. Source: NATO.
Defence expenditure as a share of GDP (%) of different European countries. Source: NATO.

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