FORNET Working Group on the CFSP and Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution

FORNET partner responsible: Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA)

Musical Wall Clocks The role of the EU in its regional neighbourhood, especially in south-eastern Europe, the Mediterranean basis and the Baltic region, has grown in importance in the past few years. Given recent developments in security and defence policy, but also the repercussions of international developments after 11 September 2001, new demands and expectations might arise for the EU. The EU's role in the broader European context particularly after enlargement therefore needs further discussion and explanation. The working group concentrated on the EU's role in civilian crisis management and conflict resolution.

The second meeting was held in Sofia, Bulgaria on the 1-2 October 2004. The programme can be downloaded [PDF file].

Papers presented at the second meeting of the working group:

The Greek Contribution to CFSP and Civilian Crisis Management
Eleni Demiri and Evangelos Vlioras

The first meeting of the working group was held on 20-21 February 2004. The programme of that meeting is available here [PDF file].

Papers presented at the first meeting of the working group:

An Assessment of the Euro-Med Partnership
Stephen C. Calleya

The European Union and the West Balkans
Stefan Lehne

The EU Conditional Assistance as a Policy Tool towards Southeastern Europe
Plamen Ralchev

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