|Author (Person)||Fakiolas, Efstathios T., Tzifakis, Nikolaos|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Series Title||Journal of Contemporary European Studies|
|Series Details||Volume 27, Number 3, Pages 303-316|
|Publication Date||May 2019|
|Content Type||Journal Article|
In the early 2000s, the EU incrementally appeared to have espoused a distinguishing human security discourse. This was bound not only to inform its crisis management operations but also to shape its global role.
Today, the Union seems to move toward a global strategy blueprint and an ensuing public discourse. Human security is no longer mentioned as a grand objective, though it has not been moved to the background. It is cited as an end of one just component of EU global strategy.
This article tries to map out how relevant EU texts speak about human security and highlights benchmarks in the cases of the European Union Police Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo.
|Subject Categories||Security and Defence|
|Subject Tags||EU Operations|
|Keywords||European Union Rule of Law Mission [EULEX]
|Countries / Regions||Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe, Kosovo|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|