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Quelle: Lynch 2003b
Seite(n): 171, 174, Zeilen: 171:4-20; 174:27-30
Division of the member states over the Iraqi war, mentioned previously, was a bad proof for the CFSP, but on the other hand, the Iraqi crisis stimulated thinking on the development of an EU Security Strategy drafted by Mr. Javier Solana. A major point made in the Security Strategy is the need to have a belt of well-governed countries around the European Union.

On 11 March 2003, the European Commission published its Communication “Wider Europe - Neighbourhood: A New Framework for Relations with our Eastern and Southern Neighbours”. As I already previously examined, the South Caucasus states were a footnote in the Communication: “Given their location, the Southern Caucasus therefore also falls outside the geographic scope of this initiative for the time being.” But later, in June 2004, the three South Caucasian states, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan, were rescued from obscurity in the draft EU Security Strategy approved at the Thessaloniki summit. The draft Strategy, entitled as “A Secure Europe in a Better World”, outlined the Union’s strategic circumstances, the variegated nature of threats facing the Union and the policies that must be considered in response. In the section on “Extending the Zone of Security around Europe”, the EU Strategy states: “We should take a stronger interest in the problems of the Southern Caucasus, which in due course will also be a neighbouring region.”138


138 Baev, Cornell – The South Caucasus. ISS, Dec. 2003. p.171

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On 11 March 2003, the European Commission published its Communication ‘Wider Europe – Neighbourhood: A New Framework for Relations with our Eastern and Southern Neighbours’, which launched a debate about EU policy towards its new neighbours.2 The South Caucasus was a footnote in the Communication: ‘Given their location, the Southern Caucasus therefore also falls outside the geographic scope of this initiative for the time being.’ Then, in June 2003, the three South Caucasian states, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan, were rescued from obscurity in the draft EU Security Strategy, written by Javier Solana and approved at the Thessaloniki summit.3 The draft Strategy, entitled ‘A Secure Europe in a Better World’, outlined the Union’s strategic circumstances, the variegated nature of threats facing the Union and the policies that must be considered in response. In the section on ‘Extending the Zone of Security around Europe’, the EU Strategy states: ‘We should take a stronger interest in the problems of the Southern Caucasus, which in due course will also be a neighbouring region.’

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More widely, the Iraqi crisis stimulated thinking on the development of an EU Security Strategy, drafted by Javier Solana. A major point made in the Security Strategy is the need to have a belt of well-governed countries on the EU’s borders.


2. ‘Wider Europe – Neighbourhood: A New Framework for Relations with our Eastern and Southern Neighbours’, Commission Communication COM(203), 104 final, Brussels, 11 March 2003.

3. ‘A Secure Europe in a Better World’, paper presented by Javier Solana, High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, European Council, Thessaloniki, 20 June 2003; http://ue.eu.int/pressdata/EN/reports/76255.pdf.

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