This contribution addresses the issue of technological sovereignty and its relationship to the traditional concept of state sovereignty. It then dwells on the current tendencies towards so-called strategic autonomy and how this is characterised in relation to the well-known phenomena of mere coexistence between states, multilateral international cooperation, especially within international organisations, globalisation and interdependence. It further investigates the possible reasons why technological progress pushes states towards strategic autonomy choices and the reversibility of such choices.
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