Peter Cross, Guenola Rasamoelina (eds.)

Conflict Prevention Policy of the European Union

Recent Engagements, Future Instruments. SWP-Conflict Prevention Network (SWP-CPN). Yearbook 1998/99

Baden-Baden Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, December 1998, 229 Pages ISBN 3-7890-6126-3 [AMP, Bd. 60]

By providing a platform for the presentation of new ideas and concepts, as well as analysis of current and past activities, this yearbook intends to contribute to a better understanding of objectives, instruments and long-term stategies of conflict prevention.

 

Since the European Parliament and the European Commission launched the "Conflict Prevention Network" in 1997, many experts, policy makers, field actors and academics, have contributed to the development of a European policy of conflict prevention. Such a policy is aimed at improving proactive European Union Foreign Policy in case of violent conflicts.

 

The CPN yearbooks illustrate the outcome of a forum open to the discussions among the conflict prevention experts. This second volume includes contributions from Member of European Parliament Tom Spencer and Commissioner João de Deus Pinheiro, along with thirteen articles from specialists within the conflict prevention community analysing recent engagements and future instruments of the European Union’s policy of conflict prevention.

SWP Comment

Steffen Angenendt, Anne Koch
How Germany Can Benefit from the Global Compact for Migration

Opportunities for National Reforms and International Cooperation


Melanie Müller, Judith Vorrath
Mozambique Still At Risk

Despite the Peace Process, A Serious Crisis Looms


SWP Research Paper

Annegret Bendiek, Raphael Bossong
Shifting Boundaries of the EU’s Foreign and Security Policy

A Challenge to the Rule of Law


Peter Becker
A New Budget for the EU

Negotiations on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2021–2027