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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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Seite: 47, Zeilen: 3-34
Quelle: Schilder Hausschild 2005
Seite(n): 5; 6; 8; 52, Zeilen: 5: l.col.: 2ff; 6: l.col..: 2ff; r.col.: 7ff; 52: l.col.: 2ff
With the beginning of the new century, European development policy faced new challenges due to redefined European foreign and security interests. Military interventions in situations of crisis and conflict are increasing and shape the cooperation between development and security actors. The European Security Strategy (ESS)200, the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (TCE) and the Treaty of Lisbon are providing the revised strategic framework by identifying new threats to security and defining the common interests and objectives of the EU foreign policy.

The European Security Strategy is a new approach to European security policy. Never before has the European Union addressed a comparable project. The reasons for this are obvious. Prior to 1999, the European Union had either not been involved in security matters at all or if so, only marginally. It had not had a mandate regarding this policy area, and there had been a lack of political will to develop the security dimension of EU security foreign policy. Generally, NATO had been seen as the leading organization assuring European security.

Europe has never been so prosperous, so secure nor so free. The violence of the 20th first half Century has given way to a period of peace and stability unprecedented in European history. The creation of the European Union has been central to this development. It has transformed the relations between its states, and the lives of its citizens. European countries are committed to dealing peacefully with disputes and cooperating through institutions.201

The Balkan War in the 1990s bluntly revealed that the EU was not able to manage conflicts on its own continent. But 1999 consolidated a dramatic change. Although the Kosovo War once again demonstrated deficits concerning conflict management, it gave the final important impulse to establish a Common Foreign and Security Policy.

The Treaty of Amsterdam created the office of High Representative for CFSP. The first holder of this office, Javier Solana, succeeded very rapidly in giving face and voice to the CFSP. The founding [sic] of the Political and Security Committee for Civilian Aspects of Crisis Management and the EU Military Staff created further institutional improvements for effective European management in the area of foreign and security policy.


200 European Security Strategy, signed in December 2003, available on: http://ue.eu.int/uedocs/cmsUpload/78367.pdf last visited on 15 March 2009.

201 Solana, Javier, A Secure Europe in a Better World – The European Security Strategy, Civilian Perspective or Security Strategy, International Conference, organized by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Berlin, 23 November 2004.

With the beginning of the new century European development policy faces new challenges due to redefined European foreign and security interests. Military interventions in situations of crisis and conflict are increasing and shape the cooperation between development and security policy actors. The European Security Strategy (ESS) signed in December 2003 and the Treaty for a new European Constitution are providing the revised strategic framework by identifying new threats to security and defining the common interests and objectives of EU foreign policy. [...]

[page 6, l.col.]

[...] The European Security Strategy is a new approach to European security policy. Never before has the European Union attended to a comparable project. The reasons for this are obvious. Prior to 1999, the European Union had either not been involved in security matters at all or if so, only marginally. It had not had a mandate regarding this policy area, and there had been a lack of political will to develop the security dimension of EU foreign policy. Generally, NATO had been seen as the leading organisation assuring European security. [...]

The Balkan War in the 1990ies bluntly revealed that the EU was not able to manage conflicts on its own continent. But 1999 constituted a dramatic change. Although the Kosovo War once again demonstrated European deficits concerning conflict management, it gave the final important impulse to establish a Common Foreign and Security Policy (CSFP) deserving this name.

[page 6, r.col.]

[...] »Amsterdam« created the office of High Representative for CFSP. The first holder of this office, Javier Solana, succeeded very rapidly in giving face and voice to the CFSP. The funding of the Political and Security Committee, the EU Military Committee, the EU Committee for Civilian Aspects of Crisis Management and the EU Military Staff created further institutional improvements for an effective European management in the area of foreign and security policy.

[page 52]

Annex:
A secure Europe in a better world — the European Security Strategy

Javier Solana

Introduction

Europe has never been so prosperous, so secure nor so free. The violence of the first half of the 20th Century has given way to a period of peace and stability unprecedented in European history.

The creation of the European Union has been central to this development. It has transformed the relations between our states, and the lives of our citizens. European countries are committed to dealing peacefully with disputes and to cooperating through common institutions. [...]

Anmerkungen

Reference 201 refers to the Annex of the source document "Civilian Perspective or Security Strategy? European Development Policy Confronting New Challenges in Foreign and Security Policy", which is a speech given by Javier Solana. The paragraph is taken verbatim without clearly marking it as a direct quotation. The rest of the page is also from the source document without the source being given.

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