PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE EVOLUTION OF THE EU’S SECURITY AND DEFENCE POLICY. CRISIS SCENARIOS. Nº 167B

In the first chapter of this study, Admiral Treviño, who represented Spain on the European Union (hereafter EU) Military Committee, provides an overview of the European Neighbourhood Policy and goes on to analyse the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) in detail, showing first of all why a Union established for an economic purpose needs such a CSDP in order to take on greater responsibility following the Lisbon Treaty in 2010 dueto the changes in the field of security and defence – changes which, in our opinion, cannot remain in the small print of a treaty but must be furthered until the EU has a voice in the global arena and is taken into account in crises that can affect any of its Member States. He analyses in detail the important figure of ‘High Representative’ established at Lisbon: the person responsible for implementing the CSDP in accordance with the Council guidelines.

 José María Treviño Ruiz

In the first chapter of this study, Admiral Treviño, who represented Spain on the European Union (hereafter EU) Military Committee, provides an overview of the European Neighbourhood Policy and goes on to analyse the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) in detail, showing first of all why a Union established for an economic purpose needs such a CSDP in order to take on greater responsibility following the Lisbon Treaty in 2010 dueto the changes in the field of security and defence – changes which, in our opinion, cannot remain in the small print of a treaty but must be furthered until the EU has a voice in the global arena and is taken into account in crises that can affect any of its Member States. He analyses in detail the important figure of ‘High Representative’ established at Lisbon: the person responsible for implementing the CSDP in accordance with the Council guidelines.

 José María Treviño Ruiz

  • ISBN: 978-84-9091-025-2 (e-book edition)
  • NIPO: 083-15-020-9 (print on demand)
  • Fecha de publicación: 6/2/2015
  • Año Edición: 2015
  • Autor: Spanish Institute of Strategic Studies
  • Editor: No
  • Número de Páginas: 180
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In the first chapter of this study, Admiral Treviño, who represented Spain on the European Union (hereafter EU) Military Committee, provides an overview of the European Neighbourhood Policy and goes on to analyse the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) in detail, showing first of all why a Union established for an economic purpose needs such a CSDP in order to take on greater responsibility following the Lisbon Treaty in 2010 dueto the changes in the field of security and defence – changes which, in our opinion, cannot remain in the small print of a treaty but must be furthered until the EU has a voice in the global arena and is taken into account in crises that can affect any of its Member States. He analyses in detail the important figure of ‘High Representative’ established at Lisbon: the person responsible for implementing the CSDP in accordance with the Council guidelines.

 José María Treviño Ruiz

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In the first chapter of this study, Admiral Treviño, who represented Spain on the European Union (hereafter EU) Military Committee, provides an overview of the European Neighbourhood Policy and goes on to analyse the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) in detail, showing first of all why a Union established for an economic purpose needs such a CSDP in order to take on greater responsibility following the Lisbon Treaty in 2010 dueto the changes in the field of security and defence – changes which, in our opinion, cannot remain in the small print of a treaty but must be furthered until the EU has a voice in the global arena and is taken into account in crises that can affect any of its Member States. He analyses in detail the important figure of ‘High Representative’ established at Lisbon: the person responsible for implementing the CSDP in accordance with the Council guidelines.

 José María Treviño Ruiz

ISBN 978-84-9091-025-2 (e-book edition)
NIPO 083-15-020-9 (print on demand)
Fecha de publicación 6/2/2015
Año Edición 2015
Autor Spanish Institute of Strategic Studies
Editor No
Número de Páginas 180