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Title: The Enlarged EU and the CFSP
Abstract
EU enlargement will be a mixed bag for CFSP in the short term as the process of adaptation to working at twenty-five is undertaken. There are distinct benefits to enlargement, especially when the Union speaks with one voice at twenty-five. Of course, there is also the risk of cacophony when a coherent voice does not emerge - something already demonstrated at fifteen. The difficulties of decision-making at twenty five led to demands for increased flexibility in the draft Constitution in the form of co-operation of various kinds: this will pose a challenge for acceding countries and existing EU members alike as the delicate balance between the need for flexibility and consistency is sought. Co-operation may also be manifest in the form of the directoire who, on many foreign and security matters, may be tempted to act as primus inter pares. The challenge for the acceding states will be how to react to a nascent directoire - whether to support its possible formalisation, or whether to accept that it is a fact of CFSP life while, at the same time, ensuring maximum legitimacy for CFSP. This will be a second difficult juggling act. The enlargement process has been described above as a process of mutual accommodation. It is less apparent that the same amount of accommodation has been manifest by the 'old' Member States and this may result in a certain amount of adjustment as the newer members assert their priorities and positions on a number of key issues, including not only the internal aspects of CFSP but also their role in defining the EU's relations with significant third parties such as Russia and Ukraine. Finally, Poland will bring considerable diplomatic skills, military capacity and relevant experience to the EU table. This is to be welcomed. It remains to be seen what role Poland will carve for itself but it stands to be a major influence in many aspects of CFSP and ESDP. Poland's role, as significantly the largest acceding country, will yield benefits but it will also bring demands tha
Author: Duke, Simon
Series Title: Center for International Relations ; Reports & Analyses; ;2/04/ A
Publisher: Centrum Stosunków Miedzynarodowych
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign policyEU expansionCFSPsecurity policy
Subject: European Community external relations
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Enlargement, CFSP and the Convention
Title (other): The Role of the Accession States
Abstract
The candidate countries adopted a low profile in the Convention. They were quietly supportive of most proposals on the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) front but concerned about the implications of some proposals for the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP). These concerns focused on possible duplication with NATO and ensuring that the US was not marginalised by any changes. The Iraq war exposed fault lines within the present member states and caused a rift between 'old Europe' and 'new Europe'. It is unlikely that the diplomatic tensions surrounding the letters signed by certain countries during the Iraq crisis will be repeated. Lessons have been learned. Both the CFSP and the ESDP have always registered high in terms of public approval. The latest research shows that public opinion in the candidate countries is equally supportive. The challenge for the enlarged Union will be to agree on strategic priorities for the Union and to ensure that they make the best use of the new procedures in the constitutional treaty, even though they are adequate in many respects. As opposed to viewing the candidates as a burden, it is possible to argue that the new member states might be part of the solution rather than part of the problem around a CFSP. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Cameron, Fraser | Primatarova, Antoinette
Series Title: EPIN Working Paper; 5
Contributer: European Policy Institute Network EPIN
Publisher: Centre for European Policy Studies
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9079-444-5
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: ESDPEU expansionCFSP
Subject: European Community institutions and organsEuropean Community external relationsPolitical science in general
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Costs and Benefits of Poland's Membership in the European Union
Abstract
The paper analyses the costs and benefits of Poland's membership in the European Union. It also analyses an alternative scenario, which assumes that Poland fails to join the European Union. The report presents two scenarios of the consequences (costs and benefits) of membership, taking into account the final results of accession negotiations. The consequences of Poland's integration with the European Union are analysed with respect to the three current pillars of EU policies. The analysis of the first pillar covers the most important Community policies. The benefits and costs of integration are thoroughly analysed in the areas of agriculture, social policy, environmental protection policy, research and development policy, trade policy, competition policy, transport policy, education and human resources. The paper also focuses on the other two pillars - the Common Foreign and Security Policy (including the creation of the framework for the European Security and Defence Policy) and internal security, co-operation in the area of the judiciary, the police and the customs. Here, the most important thing is the attempt to answer the question of what the political and institutional benefits of EU membership would be for Poland. The last section of the publication deals with social communication. It analyses the social consequences of membership of the EU and the public perceptions of these consequences. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Centrum Europejskie Natolin < Warsaw>
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 83-910358-8-3
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionCFSPintegrationPolandeconomic development (on national level)
Subject: European Community institutions and organsEuropean Community external relationsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Poland
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Title: Jahresbericht des Rates an das Europäische Parlament über die Hauptaspekte und grundlegenden Optionen der GASP
Title (other): 2007 | Annual report from the Council to the European Parliament on the main aspects and basic choices of the CFSP |
Rapport annuel du Conseil au Parlement européen sur les principaux aspects et les choix fondamentaux de la PESC
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Union / Rat
Year: 2008
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-824-2354-7 | 978-92-824-2356-1 | 978-92-824-2360-8 | 1831-1024 | 1831-1016 | 1831-1008
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Geschäfts- und Jahresberichte
Keyword: CFSP
Subject: International relations
Countries Scheme: Global Resources
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Title: 2008 Annual report from the Council to the European Parliament on the main aspects and basic choices of the CFSP : CSFP
Table of Contents
PREFACE
PART I: LOOKING BACK AT 2008
A. ADDRESSING THREATS AND GLOBAL CHALLENGES
Proliferation
Terrorism
Regional conflicts and situations of fragility
Energy security
Climate change and Security
B. BUILDING STABILITY IN EUROPE AND BEYOND
European perspective as an anchor of stability
Enhanced cooperation with neighbouring regions
Tackling crisis and frozen conflicts in the neighbourhood
C. CONTRIBUTION TO A MORE EFFECTIVE MULTILATERAL ORDER
Activity within multilateral frameworks
United Nations
NATO
OSCE
Council of Europe
Other international coordinating mechanisms
Promotion of democracy, human rights and the rule of law
Human Rights and Gender Mainstreaming
Human Rights in the CFSP
Human Rights in the ESDP
Fight against impunity
D. FOSTERING PARTNERSHIPS ACROSS THE WORLD
Consolidating relations with strategic partners
United States
Russian Federation
China
India
Brazil
Japan
Canada
Strengthening regional ownership
Regional organisations and regional cooperation
Africa
Asia
Central Asia and the Black Sea Region
Gulf and Mediterranean
Western Balkans
Latin America and the Caribbean
Regional powers
E. MORE EFFECTIVE, CAPABLE AND COHERENT
Conflict prevention
Consolidation of the ESDP
Civilian and military capabilities
Civilian capabilities
Military capabilities
Training and exercises
Financing
Diversification of the ESDP
Variety of tasks
Security Sector Reform (SSR)
Rule of Law
Peace monitoring
Protection of civilians
Variety of tools
Increased coherence and efficiency
Efficiency of response
Coherence of response
Cooperation with third countries
PART II - LOOKING AHEAD AT 2009
Legal acts in the CFSP area
Appearances by representatives of the Council before EP
CFSP budget 2008 - commitment appropriations
Author (Corp. Body): Rat der Europäischen Union / Generalsekretariat
Year: unknown
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-824-2443-8 | 1831-1016 | QC-AG-09-001-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUCFSPclimate changehuman rightsterrorism
Subject: Peace. Wars. TerrorismHuman rightsProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Global Resources
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Title: 2009 Annual report from the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy to the European
Parliament on the main aspects and basic choices of the CFSP : CSFP
Table of Contents
PART I: LOOKING BACK AT 2009
A. ADDRESSING THREATS AND GLOBAL CHALLENGES
1. Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and their means of delivery
2. Conventional Weapons
3. Terrorism
4. Energy security
5. Climate change and Security
B. REGIONAL CONFLICTS AND SITUATIONS OF FRAGILITY
1. Middle East
2. Asia
3. Africa
4. Latin America
C. BUILDING STABILITY IN EUROPE AND BEYOND
1. European perspective as an anchor of stability
2. Enhanced cooperation with neighbours
3. Tackling crises and protracted conflicts in the neighbourhood
D. CONTRIBUTION TO A MORE EFFECTIVE MULTILATERAL ORDER
1. Activity within multilateral frameworks
2. Strengthening regional ownership
E. PROMOTION OF DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE RULE OF LAW
1. Human Rights and Gender Mainstreaming
2. Human Rights in the CFSP
3. Human Rights in the CSDP
4. Fight against impunity
F. FOSTERING PARTNERSHIPS ACROSS THE WORLD
Consolidating relations with strategic partners
United States
Russian Federation
China
India
Mexico
Brazil
Japan
Canada
South Africa
G. MORE EFFECTIVE, CAPABLE AND COHERENT
1. Conflict prevention
2. Consolidation of the CSDP
3. Diversification of the CSDP
4. Increased coherence and efficiency
PART II - LOOKING AHEAD AT 2010
ANNEX I: Legal acts in the CFSP area
ANNEX II: Appearances by representatives of the Council in the European Parliament in the field of CFSP/ESDP in 2009
ANNEX III: CFSP budget 2009 - commitment appropriations
Series Title: General Secretariat of the Council : Reports
Author (Corp. Body): Rat der Europäischen Union / Generalsekretariat
Year: 2010
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 978-92-824-2748-4 | 1831--9033 | QC-AH-10-001-EN-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUCFSPclimate changehuman rightsterrorism
Subject: Peace. Wars. TerrorismHuman rightsProtection of the environment
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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