Conference Publication Details
Mandatory Fields
Arnold Kammel (Austrian Institute for External Security (AIES)), Kirsi Hyttinen (Laurea UAS & University of Jyväskylä), Mascia Toussaint (Enquirya), Petteri Taitto (Laurea UAS), Kieran Doyle (Maynooth University, Kennedy Institute)
EUIA18 Conference Panel: Improving the Effectiveness of the Capabilities in European Security and Defence Policy (CSDP)
Making the EU’s integrated approach work – enhancing civil-military synergies
2018
May
Published
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Optional Fields
Peacebuilding
Laurea University
45
72
Brussels
17-MAY-18
The Lisbon Treaty highlights conflict prevention as key objective for EU’s foreign policy and external relations (Treaty of Lisbon, 2009) and the CSDP missions and operations are one part of the EU’s preventive engagement globally. • The establishment of EU Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) has made the EU a unique strategic actor and now EU has an ability to mix civilian and military crisis management instruments as part of an integrated approach
EU CSDP
Grant Details
EU Horizon 2020
€380,000