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Analysis of the European Union’s performance as an international mediator in the South Caucasus with respect to peace building in the region

von Dr. George Danielidze

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Armenia’s cooperation with NATO remained more limited than it of Georgia and Azerbaijan, partly because of its reliance on Russia for military assistance and partly because of its poor relations with Turkey, a NATO member state and neighbour. However, after Javier Solana’s visit to Yerevan in February 1997, Armenia decided to enhance its cooperation with NATO by participating in military training exercises and developing a peacekeeping contingent to participate in UN operations. As a result of increased US military assistance to Azerbaijan after the 11th September, Armenia decided to expand its cooperation with NATO, and expressed its desire to hold a NATO PfP exercise in 2003; and to obtain NATO assistance in the areas of civil emergency planning and peacekeeping.50

50 Baev, Cornell – The South Caucasus. ISS, Dec. 2003. pp. 83-84

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Armenia’s cooperation with NATO remained more limited, partly because of its reliance on Russia for military assistance and partly because of its poor relations with Turkey, a NATO member state and neighbour. However, after Javier Solana’s visit to Yerevan in February 1997, Armenia decided to enhance its cooperation with NATO by participating in military training exercises and developing a peacekeeping contingent to participate in UN operations.42

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expand its cooperation with NATO, and expressed its desire to hold a NATO PfP exercise in 2003 and to obtain NATO assistance in the areas of civil emergency planning and peacekeeping.43


42. Inga Paliani, ‘EAPC and PfP Enhancements in Promoting Security: The Caucasian Perspective’, NATO-EAPC Research Fellowship, 2000-2002, Final Report, p. 20.

43. ‘Statement by his Excellency Vartan Oskanian, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia’, NATO, Brussels, 7 December 2001; available at http://www.nato.inte/docu/speech/2001/s011207aa.htm.

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Art und Umfang der Übernahme bleiben ungekennzeichnet.

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51 At the Prague summit, NATO launched the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP), an individual cooperation plan designed specifically for each individual partner and intended “to prioritise, harmonise and organise all aspects of the NATO-Partner relationship in the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) and PfP framework”. Azerbaijan and Georgia are part of this program. See Prague Summit declaration - http://www.nato.int/docu/pr/2002/p02-127e.htm. (12.12.2007)

At the Prague summit, NATO launched the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP), an individual cooperation plan designed specifically for each individual partner and intended ‘to prioritise, harmonise and organise all aspects of the NATO-Partner relationship in the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) and PfP framework’.44 Azerbaijan and Georgia formally applied for IPAP in 2003 and their applications are currently under consideration.

44. ‘Report on the Comprehensive Review of the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council and Partnership for Peace’, NATO, Prague, 21 November 2002; available at http://www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/b021121a.htm.

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Aktualisiert und doch immer noch weitgehend wortwörtlich übereinstimmend. Ohne Hinweis auf eine Übernahme.

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(Graf Isolan) Schumann


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