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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 053 15 - Diskussion
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Ama, BauernOpfer, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Stuart 2003

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BauernOpfer
Bearbeiter
Graf Isolan
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Yes
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Seite: 53, Zeilen: 15-21, 24-36
Quelle: Stuart 2003
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EU policeman [sic] were already deployed in Bosnia, and the EU sent 320 soldiers, wearing EU emblems on their fatigues, and 80 civilians to Macedonia on March 31st - the Union's first military mission, named "Operation Concordia". The NATO flag was lowered and the EU flag hoisted. In the speeches that followed, the Rt. Hon. Lord Robertson, the 10th Secretary General of NATO declared, "the EU is demonstrating that its project of a European Security and Defence Policy has come of an age".

[...] A BBC correspondent suggested that the mission appeared to be more important to the EU than to Macedonia.214 That was not strictly true, as Macedonian politicians hoped the mission would bring it closer to membership of the EU.

The Frankfurter Rundschau argued: "It is a small mission, but of great historical significance. With this has up to now been a purely civilian EU is advancing irreversibly into military territory". It describes the particular importance of the mission at a time, of serious setbacks, due to deep rifts in Europe over Iraq at that time. Romano Prodi's speech on 26 March 2003 to the European Parliament, responding to the US-British invasion of Iraq, declared it was time for Member States to put aside secondary disagreement and to militarize: "The moment of truth for Europe's Foreign and Defence Policy arrived. ....The choice is clear: do we want to be left out, all of us, from the management of world affairs? [ [...]" ]


214 See the article by Paul Stuart, A major step for European militarism, 10 April 2003, available on: http://www.wsws.org/articles/2003/apr2003/mace-a10.shtml, last visited on 12 January 2009.

To the strains of a military band and in front of 320 EU soldiers, wearing the EU emblem on their fatigues, and 80 civilians, the NATO flag was lowered and the EU flag hoisted. In the speeches that followed Robertson declared, “The EU is demonstrating that its project of a European Security and Defence Policy has come of age.”

[...]

A BBC correspondent suggested that the mission appeared to be more important to the EU than to Macedonia. This is not strictly true, as Macedonian politicians hope the mission will bring it closer to membership of the EU.

Since the invasion of Iraq the European press has taken a greater interest in Operation Concordia. The Frankfurter Rundschau argued, “It is a small mission, but of great historical significance. With this what has up to now been a purely civilian EU is advancing irreversibly into military territory.” A BBC correspondent penned an article entitled “The EU gets its gun.” It described the particular importance of the mission at a time of serious setbacks, due to deep rifts in Europe over Iraq.

Romano Prodi’s March 26 speech to the European parliament, responding to the US-British invasion of Iraq, declared it was time for member states to put aside secondary disagreements and militarise. “The moment of truth for Europe’s foreign and defence policy has arrived.... The choice is clear: do we want to be left out, all of us, from the management of world affairs? [...]"

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(Graf Isolan), SleepyHollow02, WiseWoman


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