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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 041 09 - Diskussion
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Quelle: Euractiv 2003
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The Iraq war divided Europe at one of those moments in its history when it was striving to complete another ambitious project of unity. The convention on the Future Europe was established in early 2002 to solve the problems of coherence, effectiveness and legitimacy that would arise when, in June 2004, the current union of 15 states would take in new members.

After Iraq, it was a common view that it would take decades, at best, to shape a credible EU foreign policy, and that EU credibility in general had been badly damaged. Yet, in truth, EU foreign policy has been adapting significantly during the period of the crisis. At the Thessaloniki summit in June 2003, EU heads of government approved a draft security policy chief [sic!], modelled loosely on the US National Security Strategy of September 2002.177 So, the EU foreign policy is subject to two contradictory realities. The EU has experienced the biggest row over a major foreign policy issue in decades; and yet, more credible EU foreign policy is slowly taking shape. Over the last 20 years the founding Treaty of Rome has been revised four times, but policies are often ineffective.

With the increase in the number of new Member States, the pressures for a fundamental rethinking of the way the European Union works had become irresistible. The governments therefore established a "European Convention" in early 2002. The former French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing was appointed as Convention President and steered the debates among the 102 delegates — 16 members of the European Parliament, 56 national parliamentarians and 28 government representatives, from candidate countries as well as from the current members, and two members of the European Commission. It presented the draft constitution to EU leaders in June 2003.178 From the start, the EU's international role was a central part of the Convention's deliberations. This was true for the institutional and functional aspects of both the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP). But it was also the case at a deeper level. In order to maximize the international influ-[ence of the European Union, the "Europeans" had to define more clearly what kind of Union their project seeks to establish.]


177 Javier Solana, A Secure Europe in a Better World, paper presented to the Thessaloniki European Council, 20 June 2003, http://ue.eu.int/pressdata/EN/reports/76255.pdf, last visited on 4 December 2008.

178 The text of the draft EU constitution can be found on: http://europeanconvention.eu.int, last visited on 4 December 2008.

The Iraq war divided Europe at one of those moments in its history when it was striving to complete another ambitious project of unity. The Convention on the Future of Europe was established in early 2002 to solve the problems of coherence, effectiveness and legitimacy that would arise when, in June 2004, the current union of 15 states will take in 10 new members. [...]

[...] After Iraq, it was a common view that it would take decades, at best, to shape a credible EU foreign policy, and that EU credibility in general had been badly damaged. Yet, in truth, EU foreign policy has been adapting significantly during the past months of crisis. [...] At the Thessaloniki summit in June 2003, EU heads of government approved a draft Security Strategy, prepared by Javier Solana, the EU’s foreign policy chief, modelled loosely on the US National Security Strategy of September 2002. [...]

[...]

So, EU foreign policy is subject to two contradictory realities. The EU has experienced the biggest row over a major foreign policy issue in decades. And yet a more credible EU foreign policy is slowly taking shape.

[...]

[...] Over the past 20 years the founding Treaty of Rome has been revised four times – yet each time the institutional set-up became more, not less, complex.

With ten new members gearing up to join in May 2004, the pressures for a fundamental rethink of the way the Union works had become irresistible. The governments therefore established a ‘European Convention’ in early 2002. Former French President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing was appointed Convention President, and steered debates among 105 delegates – national and European parliamentarians, Commissioners and government representatives, from the candidate countries as well as the current members. He presented the draft constitution to EU leaders in June 2003.

From the start, the EU’s international role was a central part of the Convention’s deliberations. This was true for the institutional and functional aspects of both the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) and the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP). But it was also the case at a deeper level. For the Europeans to maximise Europe’s international influence, they have to define more clearly what kind of union their project seeks to establish.

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The source is not mentioned.

Note that the word "chief" makes no sense in the context of the dissertation. A look at the source shows that this is in all likelihood an artifact of the copying procedure - a word which was inadvertedly left in the text when removing "prepared by Javier Solana, the EU’s foreign policy chief".

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