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  • Committee Members also stressed the need to “have a European Parliament position available before an ESDP mission,” to add democratic legitimacy to EU military operations.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Civil liberties, terrorism and liberal democracy: Lessons from the United Kingdom (ESDP discussion paper) by Laura K Donohue

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Brits show Yanks how a police state is done

  • From Kosovo to Iraq, ESDP missions struggle to deploy civilian specialists.

    Our allies need to build capabilities for counter-insurgency

  • More support for ESDP generally, as some of them will demand?

    Hague's Bosnia paradox

  • If ratified, this treaty will give operational effect to the European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP), approved in the 2000 Nice Treaty.

    European Union

  • The report, on the implementation of the European Security Strategy in the context of the ESDP represents, effectively, the near-final shape of a European Union defence policy.

    Denial is not an option

  • On the other, there is the development of the capability to act independently from the United States, under the political umbrella of the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP), again within or without a Nato operational framework, dedicated to a more traditional – if somewhat ill-defined – "peacekeeping" role.

    Denial is not an option

  • Von Wogau, chairman of the European Union parliament Subcommittee on Security and Defence, has declared that these groups, assembled under the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP), will equip the European Union in its own name to act as an autonomous military power, all in the context of threats defined by the European Security Strategy.

    Wake up and smell the coffee

  • First, the politicians most associated with pushing ESDP as an alternative to NATO -- Jacques Chirac and Gerhard Schröder -- have been replaced by Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel, who are far more pragmatic about cooperating with the U.S.

    Defending European Defense

  • Ten years ago in St. Malo, Tony Blair and Jacques Chirac launched the European security and defense policy, or ESDP.

    Defending European Defense

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