European countries work together in crisis management conflict prevention and many other aspects of security and defence policy closer cooperation in this policy arena seems to be the only viable way forward to address contemporary security challenges yet despite the repeated interaction. The eu strategic culture very often limited to the ontological question of whether an eu strategic culture can emerge or not shows that there is an increasing need post doctoral researcher at the european institute of the university of geneva 1 for the sake of consistency we always refer to common security and defence policy even. Security culture strategic approach and the implementation and operationalization of european security isabel ferreira nunes advisor national defense institute lisbon research fellow department of international relations and international organization university of groningen netherlands 2010 n 127 5 srie pp 51 80. This essay will posit that the eu does have a strategic culture but one still in infancy beset by weaknesses and potentially insurmountable obstacles to demonstrate this we shall explore key diplomatic efforts to enhance european strategic integration responses to world events and operational deployments how these have progressively shaped a common strategic culture and how numerous . This facilitated the transformation of the esdi into the european security and defence policy esdp in 1999 when it was transferred to the eu in 2003 the eu deployed its first csdp missions and adopted the european security strategy identifying common threats and objectives
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