Operation "Althea" in Bosnia and Herzegovine: the European security and Defence policy (ESDP) coming of age?
- A mainly political mission: 'from the dayton to the brussel era'
- 'Win the hearts and minds of the Bosnians'
- A seamless transition from NATO to EU: proof of continuity
- Broader project of European and Euro-Atlantic integration through Partnership for Peace (PfP) and Stabilisation and Association Process (SAP)
- The challenges ahead
- Internal coherence
- External coherence
Can the dramatic progresses in the late years be considered as a proof that ESDP has become a 'routine politic' with run in and tested mechanisms and procedures? In other words, does 'Althea' mean that ESDP is coming of age? The objectives of this operation reveals that its aims are mainly political rather than military and that many challenges are to be taken up.
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