La contribution de l'Europe au processus de résolution de la crise de l'État en Afghanistan

Abstract : The crisis management completed by conflict prevention, is one of the fields of contemporary expression of the ability of international subjects to effectively contribute to global peace and security. Europe, strategic power formed and forged from the UE foreign policy acts and Member States cooperation can not miss this particular agenda. All activities required for crisis management prefer use civilian mechanisms. The European power does not assessed for the use of force. The contribution of this new strategic actor in resolving the Afghanistan state?s crisis gives him an opportunity to confirm that way. But it does not reject completely the use of force to keep, make or re-establish and build peace. Indeed, the Europe involvement in the management of the afghan civil war, his contribution in the self-defence recognized to the United States after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 and the implementation of the Bonn Agreement is the result of a conscious and coherent statement of European international capacity. EUPOL Afghanistan establish to promote the Rule Of Law, democratic values and respect for fundamental rights of human beings can be see as à challenge to the collective commitment of the EU and its state members in international security issues open in Central Asia through the afghan case. Appointing a Special Representative of the European Union for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Europe clearly extends this outlook.
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Arthur Benga Ndjeme. La contribution de l'Europe au processus de résolution de la crise de l'État en Afghanistan. Droit. Université Nancy 2, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009NAN20006⟩. ⟨tel-01777301⟩

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