The Relevance of a Strong Civilian CSDP

How EU Member States Can Shape the Civilian Crisis Management Agenda 2018 and Beyond

02/10/2018 | by Carina Böttcher

DGAPkompakt 21 (October 2018), 5 pp.

Category: Security, European Union

While member states recognize the value of the civilian Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP), a strategic EU vision is lacking. In the face of current and future security risks, the EU requires the capacities to launch civilian missions and to manage major crises in its vicinity. To guide the implementation of the Civilian Compact from 2019 on, the EU should set quantitative headline goals and adopt a strategic planning approach, while member states need to create favorable national legislations.

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