THE LISBON TREATY AND THE NEW EUROPEAN TRENDS IN SECURITY AND DEFENCE POLICY

Aurel URSACHI

Abstract


The provisions on Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) introduced by the Lisbon Treaty provide a firm political statement of the Union’s intention to act as a force for stability in the world and provide a clear legal framework for reinforcing its capacities to pursue its foreign and security policy through a comprehensive approach drawing upon all the instruments available to the EU and its Member States, to prevent and manage crises and conflicts, and to build lasting peaceon. Lisbon Treaty imposes an obligation on the EU to promote multilateral solutions, in particular within the UN, and that EU international action must be based on the principles of the UN Charter, international law and EU principles and values.
Keywords: UE; Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP); defence;european security; the Lisbon Treaty.


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