doi:10.3849/1802-7199

European Security Structures

Libor FRANK*, Radek KHOL**

This article summarizes current developments of European security and military structures. It recapitulates roots of mutual security cooperation developed since the end of the WWII, pays attention to autonomous European projects (West Union, Western European Union) and tries to assess their successfulness. It resumes the most important measures implemented by the European Union in the 90’s. It deals with issues related to the Common European Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union, implementation of the so-called Petersberg Missions, development of European Crisis Management Capabilities and touches upon relations among the NATO, EU and WEU as well.­

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